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The WHO estimates that around 85% of the 2 billion people suffering from micronutrient deficiencies, live in resource poor settings. Women and children are particularly vulnerable to micronutrient deficiencies with 1,122 million children and women suffering from Anemia and 209 million Vitamin A deficiency.
We share the WHO guideline for the use of multiple micronutrient powders for home fortification of foods consumed by infants and children 6–23 months of age.
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