The strategies used by A2Z to achieve program results include:

  • Strengthening systems responsible for planning, budgeting, and cost analysis of micronutrient programs; service delivery (logistics), and capacity building of human resources
  • Integrating delivery of micronutrients into other health services including newborn care, child survival, immunization, reproductive health, diarrhea treatment, disease control, and food security
  • Broadening the knowledge base  by enabling people to access, use, generate, and share knowledge that will help advance micronutrient programming and the uptake of sustained, improved micronutrient practices and services
  • Collaborating with technical and program partners to advance the global agenda to reduce micronutrient malnutrition and child blindness

A2Z is implementing these strategies through Country Activities and the Child Blindness Program.