The objectives of the project are to (i) reduce iron deficiency anemia as well as folic acid and Vitamin A deficiency in a population of approximately 200,000 by adding iron, folic acid and vitamin A to wheat, maize and millet milled at small community mills; (ii) develop a sustainable capacity of small community-bsed millers to add fortificant to cereal flours in homogenous and quality assured manner; (iii) build central, district and local capacity to enable fortification at small mills via community-based social marketing, food regulation and other services; and (iv) effectively integrate small mill cereal flour fortification into the national nutrition planning and in particular in the anemia prevention and control program.
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