- About A2Z
- Focus Areas
- Country Activities
- Child Blindness
A2Z works in collaboration with governments, nongovernmental organizations, international agencies, communities, the private sector, and the following core project partners to reduce micronutrient deficiencies:
FHI 360 is the managing organization of the A2Z project. FHI acquired the programs, expertise, and assets of AED, the previous managing organization of the A2Z Project. FHI 360 is a global development organization with a rigorous, evidence-based approach. Our commitment to partnerships at every level and our multidisciplinary approach enable us to have lasting impact on the individuals, communities, and countries we serve --- improving lives for millions.
Helen Keller International
Helen Keller International is a non profit organization working to fight and treat preventable malnutrition and blindness around the globe. HKI builds and establishes sustainable programs and provides assistance and research to governments and organizations around the world. Helen Keller International (HKI) provides A2Z with guidance and programming expertise for micronutrient deficiency control and the use of supplementation and food-based strategies in combating micronutrient deficiency.
International Eye Foundation
IEF is an international nonprofit organization working to combat blindness and restore healthy vision in the developing world. The International Eye Foundation provides A2Z with technical expertise to blindness prevention and eye health programs.
Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University provides advice on policy relevant research and scientific issues and expertise in micronutrient programming. A faculty member from JHU is based at A2Z.
Management Sciences for Health
MSH works in partnership with health care policymakers, managers, providers, and consumers to close the gap between the knowledge of public health issues and the action taken to rectify them. MSH works with A2Z to address capacity-building and strengthening of health systems, critical to scaling-up delivery of micronutrients.
Social Sectors Development Strategies
SSDS is a network of experts working in the field of health who collaborate to address operational and policy issues through consulting services, technical assistance, research and evaluation, education and training, and writing and publishing. Social Sector Development Strategies provides A2Z with expertise in cost-effectiveness analysis.
University of California/Davis
University of California-Davis provides advice on policy relevant research and scientific issues and expertise in micronutrient programming.