About A2Z

Guinea healthworker giving medication to child,  Vietnamese school children, Bolivian mother feeding baby

The goal of A2Z: The USAID Micronutrient and Child Blindness Project is to increase the use of key micronutrient and blindness interventions to improve child and maternal health. The technical focus areas of the project are vitamin A supplementation for children under five and newborns, anemia reduction in pregnant women and children, food fortification, and zinc treatment for diarrhea.

The expected results of the project are large-scale, sustainable vitamin A supplementation programs, anemia control, expansion of food fortification, and integration of effective approaches, tools, and data collection into national strategies and multiple program platforms.

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A2Z—the USAID Micronutrient and Child Blindness Project—is managed by the FHI 360 and funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Health, Infectious Disease and Nutrition (HIDN) Office of the Bureau of Global Health, Cooperative Agreement, Leadership with Associate Awards, GHS-A-00-05-00012-00. The information provided on this web site is not official U.S. Government information and does not represent the views or positions of the U.S. Agency for International Development or the U.S. Government.