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Innovations in micronutrient powder programs: opportunities to reduce child anemia
At the 38th Annual International Conference on Global Health
Micronutrient powders have tremendous potential for reducing childhood anemia—a significant yet largely unaddressed global health problem. But how can micronutrient products be used effectively in global health programs?
Please join the Infant & Young Child Nutrition (IYCN) Project to explore innovations in micronutrient powder programming to reduce anemia and improve health among infants and young children. The event will open with hors d’oeuvres and a micronutrient powder product demonstration, followed by a panel discussion on opportunities for leveraging existing health and nutrition programs to integrate micronutrient powders.
Panelists will share innovative approaches for large-scale micronutrient powder programming in Bangladesh, Bolivia, and Mongolia. Participants will discuss ways to leverage existing partnerships and programs to incorporate micronutrient powders and prevent child anemia in their own work.
- Tom Schaetzel, IYCN Project
- Marcia Griffiths, IYCN Project, The Manoff Group
- Carolyn MacDonald, World Vision
- Ali MacLean, Micronutrient Initiative
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Date: Jun 7, 2011 | Category: News alerts