Vitamin A and deworming tablets, given to at-risk under-five children, fight immediate risks of illness or death (SDG #3) among those lacking regular access to healthy foods (SDG #2), and help build a child’s foundations for long-term success (SDG #1).
In keeping with the goal to achieve zero hunger (SDG #2), MIYCN improves nutrition among the most vulnerable populations.
Combating undernutrition requires a comprehensive and collaborative effort, and we are just one part of the puzzle! We invite multi-sectoral partnerships to join us in creating a world for healthy mothers and healthy babies.
NGOs & CSOs
Our work over the last 10 years has enabled us to reach and engage with over 1,800 program partners across the country, reaching vulnerable populations with vitamin A supplementation and deworming tablets for under-five children at the last mile. If you are an organization that works in remote areas and with marginalized populations, we would be delighted to induct you into our Micronutrient Grant Program.
Corporates and Philanthropists
Private sector engagement with undernutrition and public health is not a new idea. Various companies have successfully developed nutritional products for the market earlier, while there has also been a fair amount of product development for public distribution. Companies have also supported organizations like ours through their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) mandates, marketing partnerships, and philanthropic donations. If you are an organization or an individual who would be interested in changing the narrative of undernutrition in India, we would be happy to talk to you about ways to work together.