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ADVOCACY AND POLITICAL COMMITMENT

Cost/benefit analysis PROFILES

Anatoly Karpov

Damage Assessment Reports

International Meeting for the Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency Disorders, Beijing, 2002

Copenhagen Consensus

 

For country specific information on advocacy:

General information

Iodine: A note to communicators
(MN Big facts?)

Advocacy in Micronutrient Programs (Power Point)
Dr. Azza Gohar, Training Unit of National Nutrition Institute, Egypt

Government and Media: Why Government is critical for food fortification (Power Point)

Plan a political moment (Power Point)

Good examples

High Level Advocacy Strategy Approach for the Elimination of Iodine Deficiency Disorders in the Russian Federation
Example of a comprehensive advocacy strategy
The Academy for Educational Development (Prepared for UNICEF, Russian Federation)
April 2003

The Effectiveness of Mandatory Fortification as a public health strategy to increase nutrient intakes, with reference to iodine and folate
Prof. Fiona Stanley, Prof. Creswell Eastman, Prof. Jim Mann, Prof. Colin Binns
Expert public health advice prepared for the Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council June 2005

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