Project Healthy Children

Over two billion people worldwide suffer from micronutrient deficiencies and in turn are the victims of birth defects and childhood mortality from infections. Project Healthy Children (PHC) designs and implements micronutrient intervention programs worldwide to meet these families' nutrition needs. Project Healthy Children works with various partners to implement on-the-ground small-scale fortification programs in Nepal, Rwanda and countries in Central America. Project Healthy Children works to ensure that micronutrients are put directly into the commercial food supply at either the national and/or local level.

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In Rwanda, 4 out of every 10 children suffer from chronic malnutrition and 1 out of every 10 children will die before the age of five. Most people cannot afford processed enriched foods.


Iron deficiency anemia impacts the physical development, mental development, and long term health of children.  56% of Rwandan children are impacted.

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