Our  Micronutrient library is an organized collection of sources of information and similar resources, it’s made accessible to you for reference or borrowing. 



Why They Work- An Analysis of Three Successful Public Health Interventions, Jan 2003 – Houston[1]

WHO & UNICEF. Priority Countries Vitamin A Supply w U5MR, STH Prev

Weekly Epidemiological Record- Soil-transmitted Helminthiasis, Jul 2008 – WHO

Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency, A Global Damage Assessment Report, 2002- UNICEF & MI[1]

Vitamin A Supplementation- A Decade of Progress, Apr 2007- UNICEF[1] 

Vitamin A Global Initiative- A Strategy for Acceleration of Progress in Combating Vitamin A Deficiency, Dec 1997- U[1]

Table 1- Global Burden of Vitamin A Deficiency in Preschool Aged Children by WHO Region, Feb 2005 – WHO[1]

Table 2- Global Burden of Exophthalmia Among Preschool Aged Children by WHO Region, Feb 2005 – WHO[1]

Table 3- Global Burden of Low Vitamin A Status and Vitamin A Deficiency (VAD) Among Pregnant Women by WHO Region[1]

Providing Vitamin A Supplements Through Immunization and Other Health Contacts for Children 6-59 months and Women up%[1]

 Prevention or Cure- Comparing Preventative and Recuperative Approaches to Targeting Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition[1]

 Multiple Micronutrient Supplementation During Pregnancy (MMSDP)- Efficacy Trials- WHO, UNICEF, UNU[1]

 Micronutrient Supplements for Child Survival (Vitamin A and Zinc), Oct 2008 – Horton, Begin,et al

 How to Add Deworming to Vitamin A distribution, 2004 – WHO & UNICEF[1]

 Distribution of Vitamin A During National Immunization Days, 1999 – WHO[1]

 Action Against Worms Newsletter, Aug 2007 – WHO[1]

Our Principles and guidelines for ethical reporting on children






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