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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

Report to USAID on IDD/USI programme in Georgia (10 pages/edited)
provides an overall consolidation of the joint strategies, achievements and challenges regarding the IDD/USI programme
Government of Georgia and UNICEF, February 2004


ENHANCING PARTNERSHIP FOR IDD ELIMINATION
IN GEORGIA, 25-28 June 2004

The following materials were presented at the Partnership conference and provide a good overview to the programme in Georgia.

Agenda

Terms of Reference for the Conference

IDD Elimination & Universal Salt Iodization Policy in Georgia - Current Trends and Challenges
(Power Point)

UNICEF (Mariam Jashi)
National Center for Nutrition (Zurab Sekhniashvili)

Legislative Basis for supporting efforts in IDD elimination and Universal Salt Iodization
(Power Point)

Public Health Department (Ramaz Urushadze)

Declaration (Power Point)

2004-2005 Action Plan (Power Point)

Partnership for IDD Eliminating in Georgia
(Power Point)

Concept Paper on the Elimination of IDD in Georgia
National IDD Coordinator of Georgia, 2002

ADVOCACY

Georgia Presentation
International Meeting for the Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency Disorders, Beijing, 2003

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COMMUNICATION

Communication Materials from Georgia

LEGISLATION

Law of Georgia
On Prevention of Iodine and other Micronutrients and Vitamin Deficiency Disorders, 2005

Comments to Draft Law of Georgia on Prevention of Iodine and Other Micronutrient and Vitamin Deficiency Disorders

Obstacles existing in the Georgian Legislation with respect to adoption of the Georgian Law on the Prevention of Iodine, Vitamins and Other Micronutrients Deficiency Disorders.

See also: "Legislative Basis for supporting efforts in IDD elimination and Universal Salt Iodization" (Power Point)

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SALT PRODUCTION

SSA for 2003
(needed)

TOR for Salt Situation Analysis
UNICEF, Georgia
2003

Salt Situation Analysis 1999 (35 pages)
UNICEF (Teo Chumburidze), April 1999

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MONITORING

Consumption of Iodized Salt in Georgia (45 pages)
Report on Households Sampling Survey
State Department of Statistics of Georgia for
UNICEF, 2003

Prevalence of the Iodized Salt at the Household Level in Georgia (Power Point)

Methodology on Monitoring the Prevalence of the Iodized Salt at the Household Level in Georgia
(23 pages)
2002-2003

Results of the Urinary Iodine Excretion Analysis: 1997-2001
National Center for Nutrition, 2002

Monitoring Report on Distribution of Iodized Oil Capsules as Implementation of the supportive activities within the State Programme on “Prevention of Iodine and other micro-elements deficiency and radiation dimension”
2001

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FACT SHEET
Population:
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5,126,000
Annual no. of births:
......................................................
52,000
Median UI concentration in school children (mcg/L) (year):
...........................................................
NA
Households using adequately iodized salt (>15 ppm iodine):
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67%
(2003)
Production of IS maintained without external support :
...........................................................
--
National law/regulation on IS:
(table Y, food grade Y, animal N)
...........................................................
Yes
Enforcement system:
(import N, market N)

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No
National coalition members include public, private and civil society:
...........................................................
No
Iodized salt labeling:
(distinct N, education message N)
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No
Elimination of ID is in curriculum:
(primary N, health profession N)
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No
Stage of the programme:
Increase supply
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Supp.
Fact sheet sources of information and explanation of categories.
See also: Regional Indicator Framework
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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