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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Blue Force volunteers engage in National Vitamin A campaign targeting 21 million children The volunteers have also promoted key nutrition practices and conducted home visits to encourage mothers to bring their children for Vitamin A supplementation By Akram Hosen with SM Mustafizur Rahman and Muhammad AB Siddique UNICEF Bangladesh/2020/Mawa Available in: বাংলা English 12 January 2020 Shimul Das, a Health Assistant from the Daspara Family Welfare Centre (FWC), organised a Vitamin A capsule distribution site with the support of community and youth volunteers on 11 January 2020 outside Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka.  (...) “Most people do not even know that vegetables and meat contain Vitamin A. As a result, many of their children suffer from night blindness and a host of other illnesses,” she says. (...) For instance, 11 per cent of facilities which had supply gaps was immediately supplied with additional vitamin A capsules. UNICEF Bangladesh/2020/Mawa Mobilising Youth Power Like Simsang and Lipi, 380 youth volunteers participated in the campaign.
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Score: 1044666 - https://www.unicef.org/banglad...-targeting-21-million-children
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Boosting immunity - Vitamin A campaign reaches over 20 million Bangladeshi children during COVID-19 Remarkable achievement for one of few Vitamin A campaigns held worldwide during the pandemic UNICEF UNICEF/UN0353783/Paul Available in: বাংলা English 31 December 2020 Rikta Roy, Health Clinic Manager is overseeing the rollout of the National Vitamin A Plus Campaign in 15 health centres in the south of Dhaka city. (...) UNICEF/UN0353777/Paul Health centre staff deliver vitamin A supplements to children ensuring COVID-19 adaptation and safety measures during the National Vitamin A Plus Campaign. (...) UNICEF/UN0353774/Paul Rakhi Saha (3) smiles after receiving her Vitamin A plus supplement under the National Vitamin A Plus campaign in Dhaka.
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Score: 1043464.3 - https://www.unicef.org/banglad...on-bangladeshi-children-during
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Boosting immunity - Vitamin A campaign reaches over 20 million Bangladeshi children during COVID-19 Remarkable achievement for one of few Vitamin A campaigns held worldwide during the pandemic UNICEF Bangladesh UNICEF/UN0353783/Paul 12 January 2021 Rikta Roy, Health Clinic Manager is overseeing the rollout of the National Vitamin A Plus Campaign in 15 health centres in the south of Dhaka city. (...) UNICEF/UN0353777/Paul Health centre staff deliver vitamin A supplements to children ensuring COVID-19 adaptation and safety measures during the National Vitamin A Plus Campaign. (...) UNICEF/UN0353774/Paul Rakhi Saha (3) smiles after receiving her Vitamin A plus supplement under the National Vitamin A Plus campaign in Dhaka.
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Score: 1043464.3 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...on-bangladeshi-children-during
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“A few doses short of vitamin A or iron, and you throw away a child’s ability to do their best in life. (...) Maize fortification In response, the government launched a programme in 2006 to fortify all commercially milled maize with iron, vitamin A, folic acid and zinc. Legislation, Mr. Siamusantu says, is also expected by February 2007 to mandate that all maize meal sold in stores contain these essential vitamins and nutrients. (...) “We were concerned how the vitamins and minerals would affect the taste, smell and quality of our product.
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Score: 1039074.8 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...E2%80%98hidden-hunger%E2%80%99
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CCNFSDU Information document 1 INFORMATION DOCUMENT DERIVATION OF NUTRIENT REFERENCE VALUES- REQUIREMENTS (NRVs-R) FOR LABELLING PURPOSES IN THE GUIDELINES ON NUTRITION LABELLING (CXG 2-1985) Nutrient NRV-R INL98, AI, or both RASB source documents for derivation of NRVs-R CCNFSDU Report Vitamins Vitamin A 800 µg (RAE or RE) INL98 IOM (2001) REP 16/NFSDU, 2015 Vitamin D* 5 ‒ 15 µg INL98 and A1 WHO/FAO (2004) IOM (2011), EFSA (2016) REP 17/NFSDU, 2016 Vitamin C 100 mg INL98 Average EFSA (2013), NIHN (2013) REP 15/NFSDU, 2014 Vitamin E 9 mg AI Nordic Council (2013), and average of EFSA (2015), NHRMC/MOH (2006) , NIHN (2013), WHO/FAO (2004) REP 16/NFSDU, 2015 REP 17/NFSDU, 2016 Vitamin K 60 µg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Thiamin 1.2 mg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Riboflavin 1.2 mg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Niacin 15 mg NE INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Vitamin B6 1.3 mg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Folate 400 µg DFE INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Vitamin B12 2.4 µg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Pantothenate 5 mg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Biotin 30 µg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Minerals Calcium 1,000 mg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Magnesium 310 mg INL98 Average IOM (1997), NIHN (2013), WHO/FAO (2004), Nordic Council (2013) REP 16/NFSDU, 2015 Iron 14 mg, 22 mg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 16/NFSDU, 2015 Zinc 11 mg, 14 mg INL98 iZiNCG (2004) REP 15/NFSDU, 20141 Iodine 150 µg INL98 WHO/FAO (2004) REP 13/NFSDU, 2012 Copper 900 µg INL98 IOM (2001) REP 16/NFSDU, 2015 Selenium 60 µg INL98 and AI Average IOM (2000), NHMRC/MOH (2006), EFSA (2014), NIHN (2013), Nordic Council (2013) REP 15/NFSDU, 2014 Manganese 3 mg AI Average EFSA (2013), IOM (2001) REP 15/NFSDU, 2014 Molybdenum 45 µg INL98 IOM (2001) REP 15/NFSDU, 2014 Phosphorus 700 mg INL98 IOM (1997) REP 16/NFSDU, 2015 Other Protein 50 g INL98 WHO/FAO (2007) REP 14/NFSDU, 2013 Fluoride Not established REP 15/NFSDU, 2014 Chromium Not established REP 16/NFSDU, 2015 Chloride Not established REP 16/NFSDU, 2015 1 Also footnote and dietary description * The value of 15 µg is based on minimal sunlight exposure throughout the year.
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Score: 1037700.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...mmittee/docs/INF_CCNFSDU_e.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Blog post Boosting children’s immunity: Vitamin A campaign UNICEF’s Youth Advocate Pallavi Karn reflects on her first-hand experience observing female community health workers engaged in a vitamin A campaign in Biratnagar in eastern Nepal Pallavi Karn UNICEF Nepal/2021/PKarn 29 October 2021 Morang, Nepal: For over a decade, Rama Basnet and Matrika Acharya have been working as female community health volunteers or FCHVs in Biratnagar Metropolitan City in Morang District in eastern Nepal. (...) As part of these efforts, the two FCHVs have also been participating in the national vitamin A campaign on a regular basis. UNICEF Nepal/2021/PKarn Female community health volunteer Rama Basnet “We remember going door-to-door to remind mothers about the importance of the vitamin A capsule for children,” Rama says. (...) The national vitamin A drive is among Nepal’s most successful nutrition programmes and have been reaching children aged 6 to 59 months across the country for many decades.
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Score: 1037541.2 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/s...rens-immunity-vitamin-campaign
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF: Win for Bangladesh as Vitamin A campaign reaches 20.8 million children 23 December 2020 UNICEF/UN0353782/Paul Children are receiving Vitamin A plus supplements under the National Vitamin A plus campaign (NVAC+). Available in: বাংলা English DHAKA, 23 December 2020: The National Vitamin A plus campaign has reached 20.8 million children aged between 6 months and 5 years with the important immunity boosting supplement. (...) The Government has institutionalised real-time monitoring and reporting for the National Vitamin A Plus Campaign using mobile phones to report campaign operations.
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Score: 1037541.2 - https://www.unicef.org/banglad...n-reaches-208-million-children
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Protein Selenium Iodine Iron Zinc Calcium Fish: Nature’s superfood Vitamin A DHA (omega-3) EPA (omega-3) Vitamin D Vitamin B12 Further information: www.fao.org/fishery Long chain omega-3 fats Mainly found in sh and seafood, these fatty acids are essential for optimal brain development. (...) It is also essential for neurodevelopment. Vitamin D Another nutrient crucial for mental development, this vitamin also regulates the immune system function. (...) It is also essential for neurodevelopment. Vitamin D Another nutrient crucial for mental development, this vitamin also regulates the immune system function and is essential for bone health.
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Score: 1034713.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cs/BlueGrowthNutritionRev2.pdf
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FAO Nutrition Meetings Report Series No. 41, 1967 April-May 1969 Requirements of Ascorbic Acid, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Folate Acid and Iron: report of a  FAO/WHO Joint Expert Group.   (...) WHO Technical Report Series 724, Geneva, 1985 March 1985 Requirements of Vitamin A, Iron, Folate and Vitamin B12: report of a joint FAO/WHO  Expert Consultation.   (...) FAO Food and Nutrition Paper 66, FAO, 1998 Sept. 1998 Human Vitamin & Mineral Requirements: report of a joint FAO/WHO Expert Consultation.  
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Score: 1034440 - https://www.fao.org/nutrition/requirements/archive/en/
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GAIN will assist recipient countries in putting iron, iodine, Vitamin A, folic acid and other vitamins and minerals into everyday foods like salt, flour, oil, sugar and soy sauce, depending on each nation’s food habits. (...) Between 100 and 140 million children are vitamin A deficient. Providing adequate vitamin A in areas of deficiency can improve a child’s chances of survival by as much as 25 percent. (...) A major factor in the program is the desperate need of South African children, who will, through fortified foods, receive almost half of their Vitamin A requirement, in addition to other essential vitamins and minerals such as iron and zinc.
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Score: 1034361 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...-fortification-to-world-s-poor
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