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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

Innovations and Lessons Learned
Achievement of the sustainable elimination of IDD by 2005
From UNICEF Country Office Annual Report, 2003

Sustainable Elimination of Iodine Deficiency Regional Overview & Implications for Ukraine (Power Point)
BioEthics Conference, Ukraine
Arnold Timmer, UNICEF, October 2004

ADVOCACY

Cost-Benefit Analysis with PROFILES - Summary
Elimination of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (IDD)
through Universal Salt Iodization (USI) in Ukraine

Mission Report on initiating cost benefit analysis of USI in Ukraine
Gregory Gerasimov (UNICEF), April 2004

Briefing Note On Elimination Of Iodine Deficiency Disorders for UNICEF Executive Director
UNICEF, 2004

Briefing Notes for the USAID - UNICEF meeting
UNICEF -USAID Partnership in Ukraine
UNICEF, September 2004

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

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COMMUNICATION

HIV/AIDS and Iodine Deficiency menace progress in Ukraine
Press Release
UNICEF, 11 May 2004

UNICEF: HIV-AIDS, Iodine Deficiency Rate Reach Alarming Proportions in Ukraine
Article by Lisa Schlein
UNICEF, 25 April 2004

Communication Materials from Ukraine
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LEGISLATION

The Cabinet Of Ministers Of Ukraine; The Resolution of September 26, 2002 № 1418
About the ratification of the National Programme
on Iodine Deficiency Prevention among the population
in 2002-2005
September 2002

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SALT PRODUCTION

SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE SALT MARKET IN UKRAINE
UNICEF, 2004

Progress of Iodized Salt Production 2002 - 2004
One slide on the progress made in Ukraine
(Power Point)
UNICEF, 2005

Iodized Salt Situational Analysis In Ukraine
V. Yermakov, S. Galushko, G. Gerasimov (UNICEF), 2002

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MONITORING

CDC IMMPaCT page on Ukraine

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FACT SHEET
Population:
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48,523,000
Annual no. of births:
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409,000
Median UI concentration in school children (mcg/L) (year):
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NA
Households using adequately iodized salt (>15 ppm iodine):
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31%
(2002)
Production of IS maintained without external support :
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Yes
National law/regulation on IS:
(table N, food grade N, animal N)
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No
Enforcement system:
(production N, import N, market N)

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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