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0003 - Spatial epidemiology of child malnutrition in Ethiopia: further analysis of 2011 Ethiopian demographic and health survey

0004 - Calcium effect on genes expression involved in non-heme iron absorption by intestinal epithelial cells: Caco-2

0005 - Bone healing, serum level of vitamin D and associated factors at early phase among adult fractured patients in University of Gondar Hospital, Ethiopia

0006 - Nigerian biscuits contributed one-half of vitamin A daily requirement of pre-school children

0007 - Relationship between prevalence of anemia and pearl millet consumption patterns among rural women of Gujarat, Western India

0011 - Iron, folate and vitamin B12 in status of Ethiopian professional runners

0014 - The effectiveness bundling of zinc with Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS) for improving adherence to acute watery diarrhea treatment in Ethiopia: Cluster randomised controlled trial

0016 - Antioxidant micronutrient status and pregnancy outcomes in Ghanaian adolescents attending antenatal clinic in urban (Suntreso) and rural (Mampong) hospitals

0017 - More than two-thirds of dietary iodine in children in northern Ghana is obtained from bouillon cubes containing iodized salt

0018 - Validity of reported night blindness as an indicator of vitamin A deficiency status during pregnancy

0019 - Status of iodine nutrition among pregnant mothers in selected districts of Uttarakhand, India.

0020 - Should urinary iodine concentration of school-aged children continue to be used as a proxy of iodine status for different adult population groups?

0021 - Association between household unavailability of iodized salt and childhood undernutrition: evidence from 87 demographic and health surveys

0022 - Vitamin A supplementation and childhood morbidity from diarrhea, fever, acute respiratory infections and anemia in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from 28 Demographic and Health Surveys

0024 - Developing country consumers’ acceptance of biofortified foods: a synthesis

0025 - Iodine nutritional knowledge of food handlers: a Capricorn and Waterberg district study, Limpopo Province, South Africa

0026 - Helicobacter pylori infection is not associated with anemia, iron deficiency and inflammation in women of reproductive age in Havana, Cuba

0027 - Adiposity indicators. Inflammation and anemia in women of childbearing age

0029 - Potential for fortification of locally produced oil: vitamin A status of children under five in two districts of Tanzania

0032 - The effects of simulated consumption of bio-fortified cassava on dietary vitamin A inadequacy among rural primary school children aged 6-12 years in Kibwezi District -Eastern Kenya

0033 - Dietary diversity and nutrient intake adequacy among adult women in Iwo Local Government Area, Osun State, Nigeria

0034 - The FTSE4Good’s role in infant and young child nutrition: a question of legitimacy

0035 - Factors influencing adherence to iron and folate supplements by pregnant women attending antenatal clinic at Thika Level 5 Hospital in Kenya

0036 - Eating patterns and iron status of school children in rural Morocco

0037 - Can multi-micronutrient milk fortification improve the iodine status, growth and health, of rural Moroccan schoolchildren? A randomized controlled trial

0038 - How to improve food fortification program compliance: Bridging the gap between the ideal and the pragmatic

0039 - Leveraging a proven approach to achieve large-scale deployment of multi-micronutrient supplements to pregnant, nutritionally at-risk, hard-to-reach women

0040 - Effect of some cooking parameters on carotenoids content of Cameroonian foods cooked with crude palm oil (Elaeis guineensis Jacq): case of maize (Zea mais) cake

0041 - Dietary patterns, nutritional knowledge, prevalence and risk factors for anemia among school children in Morocco

0042 - Improvement of agriculture production, food accessibility and consumption by a 2.5 year of new natural farming programs in post conflict areas in Sri Lanka

0043 - Bridging the gap between national nutrition programming and rural at-risk communities through small-scale fortification.

0044 - Prevalence of chronic malnutrition (stunting) and associated factors among children aged less than 24 months in the west part of Ethiopia

0045 - Availability of adequately iodized salt on prevention of Iodine deficiency disorders at household level and associated factors in Lalo Assabi District, West Wollega Zone, Oromia region, West Ethiopia

0047 - Is overweight and obesity associated with multiple micronutrient deficiencies in low-income women? A case study from Qwa-Qwa, South Africa

0048 - Optimization of cost contributors for rice fortification

0049 - Physical and sensory properties of soycheese as a potential carrier for micronutrient Sprinkles production

0050 - High prevalence of anemia in Cambodian women and children can only be partly attributed to nutritional factors and hemoglobinopathy

0051 - Stability of vitamin A, iron and zinc in fortified rice during storage and its impact on future national standards and programs – case study in Cambodia

0052 - Assessment of iron status and its predisposing factors among pregnant women in Owerri Municipality, Imo State, Nigeria

0053 - Iron-folic acid supplementation during pregnancy reduces the risk of stunting in children less than 2 years of age; a retrospective cohort study from Nepal

0055 - Addressing a gap in prenatal and postnatal multiple-micronutrient supplement coverage for low-income pregnant and lactating women in the United States

0056 - In Rwandese women with low iron status, iron absorption from low phytic acid beans and biofortified beans is comparable, but low phytic acid beans cause adverse gastrointestinal symptoms

0057 - Micronutrient deficiencies among apparently healthy school-aged children in rural Cofimvaba, Eastern Cape, South Africa: A community-based cross-sectional study

0058 - Comparative validation of five quantitative rapid test kits for the analysis of salt iodine content: laboratory performance, user- and field-friendliness

0059 - Vitamin D deficiency (VDD) and insufficiency (VDI) was associated with cardiovascular risk factors in 20-49 years of age.

0060 - Anemia, iron deficiency and Iron deficiency anemia in Mexican elderly population from ENSANUT 2012

0061 - Anemia and micronutrient deficiencies in pre-school aged children and non-pregnant women in Azerbaijan

0062 - Associations between stunting and zinc deficiency in pre-school aged children in Azerbaijan

0063 - Anemia determinants and severity of micronutrient deficiencies and malaria in children and non-pregnant women in Sierra Leone prior to the Ebola outbreak

0064 - Piloting a commercial model for rice fortification: Lessons learned from Brazil (Track 3, session 14.3a)

0066 - Harnessing power of women collectives to deliver proven nutrition-sensitive and nutrition-specific interventions for improving women’s nutrition in three Indian States – Bihar, Chhattisgarh, and Odisha

0067 - Engaging with salt traders helps make affordable iodized salt accessible to the most vulnerable households in Odisha, India

0068 - Are women’s collectives’ effective vehicles for improving women’s nutrition in tribal eastern India? Findings of a scoping study

0069 - The impact of community resource persons on demand and uptake of bio-fortified crops: a case study of Northern Uganda

0070 - Promoting local foods for improved nutrition: opportunities and challenges in meeting micronutrient needs of children in Western Kenya

0071 - Agronomic biofortification of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.) with zinc: potential avenue for ameliorating micronutrient malnutrition among rural households

0073 - Iodine status of pregnant women and school-age children in Zinder, Niger

0074 - Using agriculture to improve child health: Results from a randomized controlled trial on Vitamin A intake

0076 - Consumer acceptance and preference of biofortified yellow cassava in the Western provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

0077 - Statistical considerations of the analysis and presentation of urinary iodine concentrations in population-based surveys

0078 - Consumption of iodized salt by women of reproductive age in Sierra Leone is associated with better iodine status and greater equity in iodine status

0079 - Daily consumption of zinc fortified water increases daily zinc intake and improves overall morbidity from common childhood infections in rural Kenyan children: a randomized, controlled effectiveness trial

0080 - Vitamin D, calcium and phosphorus status in Moroccan obese women

0081 - Public and private sector dynamics in scaling up rice fortification: the Colombian experience and its lessons

0083 - Reducing micronutrient deficiencies in Pakistan: cost-effectiveness of subsidies on fortified packaged complementary food

0085 - Reflecting on experiences to improve programming: Looking at micronutrient powder distribution qualitatively

0086 - ‘€˜Wall Mark and Armband’: Feasibility and diagnostic accuracy of using simple screening tools for maternal low stature and maternal wasting by frontline workers during monthly village health days in Bihar, India

0087 - Using ProPAN for designing fortnightly counseling sessions to enhance Maternal Diet Diversity in socially backward poverty pockets of Bihar (India)

0088 - Nutrition interventions for pregnant adolescents: A systematic review and meta-analysis

0089 - Systematic review and meta-analysis of nutrition supplementation interventions for pregnant women and children

0090 - Coverage validation of vitamin A in the State of Chhattisgarh, India

0091 - The journey toward the first every Comprehensive National Nutrition Survey in India: creating an enabling environment

0092 - Improving the consumption of Vitamin A rich food among children age 6-23 months through Child Cash Grant in the most deprived areas of Nepal.

0093 - Vitamin A supplementation different effect on morbidity in girls and boys: Transversal series household population study in Northeast of Brazil, 1987 to 2007

0094 - Combined consumption of a single high-dose vitamin A supplement and provision of vitamin A fortified oil to households maintains adequate milk retinol concentrations for 6 months in lactating Moroccan women

0095 - Effect of complementary feeding programme using micronutrient fortified blended food on anaemia among refugees in Rwanda

0096 - Provision of micronutrient fortified foods alongside nutrition education enhances achievement of dietary diversity in children under 2 years

0097 - Novel Assays for micronutrient surveys: Testing suitability of 2 anaemia diagnostic tools in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda.

0098 - Promoting women nutrition in Nyamagabe and Rutsiro Districts in Rwanda

0099 - Positive Deviance/Hearth (PDH), a food-based approach to increase consumption of vitamin A and iron-rich foods and rehabilitate malnourished children in Shribordi, Bangladesh

0100 - Improved toilets are associated with higher hemoglobin concentrations among rural Cambodian women in the first trimester of pregnancy

0101 - Novel iron enriched Aspergillus Oryzae that has similar absorption as ferrous sulfate in humans: potential to be used as a fortificant

0102 - Tackling anemia in South Asia

0103 - Piloting through partnership: micronutrient powders in Uganda

0104 - Contribution of total prevention of folic acid preventable spina bifida and anencephaly towards achieving health-related sustainable development goals in India

0105 - Another way milk vitamin A protects infants from mortality: positive correlation between vitamin A and secretory immunoglobulin A antibody in breast milk of mothers in rural Kenya

0106 - Scaling up rice fortification: a case for adopting a wider geographic perspective in the design of programs

0107 - Bioavailability of iron from iron fortified bouillon cube improves with the addition of food additive tetra sodium pyrophosphate

0108 - Adapting and testing the Nurturing Connections© approach to improve behaviour change interventions to promote optimal intra-household nutrition practices

0109 - Micronutrient status and intake in adolescents and women from four African Countries

0110 - Breast milk Retinol Reflects Liver Reserves and Dietary Exposure in Thai Lactating Women

0111 - Proximate analysis and sensory evaluation of cookies developed from blend of Moringa Stenopetalla Leaf powder with wheat flour for lactating mothers and pregnant women

0112 - Double burden of malnutrition in Cambodia: micronutrient deficiencies are prevalent in both undernourished and overweight women

0113 - Dietary sodium and potassium intakes among Moroccan children aged 6 to 14 years

0114 - Vitamin A and iodine status of children aged 6-59 months in Kaduna State, Nigeria

0115 - Iron, ß-carotene and Vitamin C contents of some underutilized vegetables in South Eastern Nigeria

0116 - Evaluation of calcium status in Moroccan children by analyzing the 24h-urine excretion

0117 - Nutrition educations impacts on the perceived barriers of pulse processing and consumption in regard of nutritional benefits/micro and macronutrients in a rural community in Oramia, Ethiopia

0119 - Multiple micronutrient powder supplementation in Turkana Central, South and East: a program review by World Vision

0120 - Operationalizing micronutrient powder programs: lessons learned from the USAID/SPRING MNP consultation

0121 - Application of focused ethnography to elaborate a program impact pathway: an example from a micronutrient powder project in Ethiopia

0122 - A 2015 global update on folic-acid-preventable spina bifida and anencephaly

0123 - Fortification with multiple micronutrients might result in opposing health effects

0127 - Dietary choices in Malawi: trends and explanations

0128 - Uptake of biofortified orange-fleshed sweetpotato (OFSP), changes in health service utilization, and nutritional impact in an integrated agriculture-health intervention in Western Kenya

0129 - Efficiency of the consumption of multiple micronutrients fortified milk on vitamin D status of schoolchildren aged 7-9 years in Morocco.

0130 - Double fortified salt supplementation among Indian pregnant women and effects on neonatal outcome

0131 - Correcting for inflammation modifies estimates of vitamin A and iron deficiencies among pregnant women in western Kenya

0132 - Effectiveness of nutrition interventions attempting to improve maternal and child health in North Africa: a bibliographic analysis of articles from 2000-2015

0133 - Can including milk in a phytate-rich local diet be an effective strategy to combat zinc deficiency?

0135 - Dietary behavior, food and nutrient intake of women do not change during pregnancy in Southern Ethiopia

0136 - Effects of microbiological and nutritional processes on the quality of complementary foods based on Maize (Zea mays) fortification with Bambara Groundnut (Vigna subterranean)

0137 - Impact of maternal malnutrition on child health: What do we know about its social costs and the cost-effectiveness of food-fortification?

0138 - Fruits and vegetables important sources to eliminate vitamin A deficiency in Morocco

0140 - Supporting positive behaviours to reduce anaemia in the West Bank

0141 - A comparison of iron absorption from single versus twice daily dosing and from consecutive versus alternate day dosing in iron-depleted women by using iron stable isotopes

0142 - Iron bioavailability from ferric pyrophosphate in extruded rice cofortified with zinc oxide or zinc sulfate: a human stable isotope study

0143 - Laboratory validation of a paper test card for part-per-billion quantification of iodide in simulated urine

0144 - Building capacity in continuous quality improvement for maternal nutrition in the Afar region of Ethiopia

0145 - Influence of community maternal and newborn health and nutrition (CMNHN) family meetings on maternal and newborn nutrition in pastoralist community, Afar Region, Ethiopia

0146 - Home fortification with a multiple micronutrientpowder reduces vitamin A deficiency in young Brazilian children

0147 - From evidence to action: systematic analysis of intervention options for a national food fortification program in Pakistan

0148 - Adoption rate of high iron bean varieties in Rwanda: results from a census of bean producing households

0149 - Women’s dietary diversity in rural Bangladesh: pathways through women’s empowerment

0150 - Associations of maternal hemoglobin and iron status with pregnancy outcomes in three countries

0151 - Promoting biofortified crops using positive deviant lead mothers

0152 - Knowledge and skills retention among community volunteers following Community Maternal and Newborn Health and Nutrition (CMNHN) training in the Afar Region of Ethiopia

0153 - Scaling up fortification of rice through the government’s school feeding programme in Odisha, India

0154 - Relationship between fortified wheat flour consumption and prevalence of iron deficiency and anemia in Colombia.

0155 - Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and associated risk factors amongst children residing at high altitude in Shimla district, Himachal Pradesh, India

0156 - Prenatal and postnatal supplementation with lipid-based nutrient supplements reduced anemia and iron deficiency in young Bangladeshi children

0157 - Anemia and iron deficiency among adolescent Sudanese school girls

0158 - Iodine status of women of reproductive age and school-age children in Burkina Faso and its association with adequately iodized household salt – Results from a national survey

0159 - Prevalence of anemia among women of childbearing age, preschool-age and school-age children in Burkina Faso – Results from a national survey

0160 - Iron stabilization in food – an industry perspective

0161 - Vitamin A deficiency in the mother-infant pair: four criteria analysis

0162 - Planning an integrated agriculture and health program to improve nutrition outcomes using bio-fortified sweetpotato and designing its evaluation: experience from western Kenya

0163 - Dietary diversity during pregnancy reduced the risk of maternal anemia, low birth weight, and pre-term birth in a prospective cohort study in rural Ethiopia

0164 - Assessment of the magnitude of double burden of malnutrition and its associated factors among selected in-school adolescents in Arba Minch Town, Southern Ethiopia: school-based cross-sectional study

0165 - Hemoglobin concentration anddiet diversity of young children in Boricha district, Sidama zone, Southern Ethiopia

0166 - Fostering CHANGE: Using Monitoring to Iteratively Improve Project Implementation

0167 - Local capacity building and mobilising community support are important determinants of success for a large scale community-based complementary food project in Ethiopil

0168 - It is not a weed, it is food! Promoting women and children’s consumption of micro-nutrient-rich African indigenous vegetables in Malawi and Zambia

0169 - Improved women’s nutrition through affordable nutritious foods in Bangladesh

0170 - Clinical-hematological evaluation of neotrofin in the treatment of anemic pregnant women in 10 De Octobre municipality

0171 - Exploring reasons for different growth responses to small-quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements and zinc supplements among young children in two studies in neighboring districts of Burkina Faso

0172 - Relationships between women’s education and children’s micronutrient status: global patterns and trends

0173 - The effect of daily zinc and/or multivitamin supplementation on early childhood development in Tanzania: results from a randomized controlled trial

0174 - Thiamin-fortified fish sauce: a novel means of increasing erythrocyte and breast milk thiamin concentrations among rural Cambodian women and their infants

0175 - Impact of ebola on mass vitamin A supplementation and deworming coverage in Sierra Leone

0176 - Micronutrient nutrition status of pregnant women in China

0177 - Follow in my Green Foodsteps: a branded school- and community-based programme to improve iron intake in Nigeria

0178 - Effect of weekly dose of MNP combined with nutritional education on nutritional status and hemoglobin concentration of Vietnamese children aged 6-23 months in midland area.

0179 - Practice of mother’s young child feeding and nutrititional status of children aged 6-23 months in midland area, vietnam

0180 - Level of dietary factors inhibiting bioavailability of iron in major prepared ”ready to eat” foods consumed by pregnant mothers in rural Arsi, Central Ethiopia

0182 - Promotion of local foods with provision of MNPs or sq-LNS can improve nutrient adequacy for 6-23 month old children in Tigray, Ethiopia

0183 - Knowledge, attitude and practices of caregivers using MNPs in a program setting in Ethiopia

0184 - Economic burden of malnutrition and especially micronutrient deficiencies – 2014 Cambodian Demographic Health Survey

0185 - Food and nutritional determinants of zinc deficiency in Guatemalan stunted children under five

0186 - Study on the anemia status of Chinese population

0187 - Evaluation of iron and zinc bioavailability from fortified rice using coating, hot and cold extrusion: human stable isotope studies

0188 - Diversifying food production and diets: evidence from Kenya

0189 - The impact of a programmatic intervention to promote increased Antenatal care seeking and iron-folic acid supplement consumption in Zinder, Niger

0190 - Factors of performance and challenges of 15 years of Child Health Week in Zambia

0191 - Introducing multiple micronutrient powders in Guinea using community-based women’s group model

0192 - Using formative research to design the introduction of micronutrient powder in Guinea

0193 - Flour blending as a natural fortification means to enrich micronutrient level of a staple food teff injera used as complementary food in Ethiopia

0194 - The effect of oral iron with or without multiple micronutrients on hemoglobin concentration among anemic non-pregnant Cambodian women of reproductive age: A 2×2 factorial randomized controlled supplementation trial

0195 - Predicted effects of current and potential micronutrient intervention programs on adequacy of iron intake in national sample of women and young children in Cameroon

0199 - Practices of mothers and health professionals about complementary feeding in twelve basic health care facilities in Casablanca, Morocco

0200 - Assessment of micronutrient deficiencies among children in urban, rural and mountainous areas in Vietnam

0201 - Risk factors and epidemiology of neural tube defects in Morocco

0202 - Food fortification strategies as integrated interventions for improving nutrition outcomes of women and children in Tanzania

0205 - Impact of an outreach support on the exclusive breastfeeding at the age of 6 months

0208 - Diagnostic accuracy of mid-upper-arm-circumference for screening thinness in Indian adolescents

0209 - Antenatal care in Rabat and outskirts, Morocco: risk factors for non-attendance

0210 - Exclusive breastfeeding in Rabat and outskirts, Morocco: Risk factors for non-compliance

0211 - Chronic zinc deficiency alters gut microbiota structure and function in vivo (Gallus gallus)

0212 - Studies of cream seeded carioca beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) from a Rwandan efficacy trial: in vitro and in vivo (including effects of intestinal microbiome) screening tools reflect human studies and predict beneficial results from iron biofortified beans

0214 - Factors influencing consumer€™ willingness-to-pay for vitamin A biofortified yellow cassava foods in Kinshasa and Bas Congo Provinces of D. R. Congo

0215 - Evaluation and intention to adopt vitamin A maize among women in Eastern Province, Zambia

0216 - Increasing consumption of adequately iodized salt in two priority districts of Nepal

0217 - Large scale fortification in Vietnam: a national strategy

0218 - Effectiveness of multiple micronutrient supplementation programme in Sri Lanka

0219 - Pregnant and lactating women and the elderly still iodine deficient 20 Years after USI in the Philippines

0220 - Vitamin D status for healthy old people in Chinese cities

0221 - Positioning maternal nutrition at the centre of undernutrition reduction strategy: A case study from Uttar Pradesh

0222 - Introducing micronutrient powders (MNP) into the Public Health System: A case study of KwaZulu – Natal, South Africa

0223 - The contribution of home gardens to dietary diversity, vitamin A intake and nutritional status of children 6-23 months: a comparative cross-sectional study in Melga District, Southern, Ethiopia

0224 - Prevalence of anemia and its correlation with malnutrition among Bangladeshi adolescent girls: findings from a nationwide survey.

0225 - Drips of change through keyhole and home gardens: supporting improved dietary diversity to PLW and children under five coupled with social behavior change communication and community mobilization

0226 - Improving dietary diversity of women and children through homestead vegetable production coupled with cooking demonstration and behavior change communication.

0227 - Cattle ownership, childhood malaria and anemia in Uganda

0228 - Could Moringa oleifera and M. stenopetala increase human dietary mineral supply in sub-Saharan Africa?

0229 - Micronutrient status of pregnant women in Zinder, Niger and determinants of risk

0230 - Scaling up dietary data for decision-making in low-Income countries: new technological frontiers

0231 - An integrated agriculture, nutrition and health project promoting orange flesh sweet potato improved infant vitamin A consumption but not vitamin A status in Western Kenya

0232 - Dietary intake and nutritional status are poor among adolescent girls in Ethiopia

0233 - Mid-program impact on feeding frequency and dietary diversity among infants and young children in rural Malaw

0234 - Ensuring the safety of complementary foods produced at community levels using locally available ingredients in Ethiopia

0235 - Influence of iron deficiency on the effectiveness of the prevention of iodine deficiency during pregnancy in the regions of the Russian Federation

0236 - Feeding practices in relation to nutritional status of 6-month old infants from a peri-urban setting in South Africa.

0237 - Delivering essential nutrition interventions for tribal Indian women: what will it take?

0238 - Using strategic partnerships and external real-time monitoring to improve adolescent micronutrients programmes in India’s largest State – Uttar Pradesh

0239 - Traversing the last mile to reach excluded children with vitamin A Supplementation (VAS): use of mHealth strategy for improved coverage in geographically difficult terrain

0240 - Applying positive deviance for making adolescent anemia control programme relevant to tribal communities: The experience from Khunti district, India

0241 - Creating Sustainable and Measurable Progress in Monitoring the Iodine Nutritional Status of a Population: External Quality Assurance and Iodine

0242 - Prevalence of iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia in the Northern and Southern provinces of Rwanda.

0244 - Physiological zinc (Zn) requirements during pregnancy and lactation are achieved by indigenous Guatemalan women consuming a plant-based, high phytate diet.

0245 - Maternal preconception anthropometry in four diverse sites prior to nutrition intervention

0246 - Adequacy of micronutrient intake and contribution of supplements among a sample of Puerto Rican infants

0247 - A comparison of dietary diversity, phytate and mineral intake in South Asian women living in United Kingdom and Pakistan.

0248 - Adiposity and diet in women in the second to third trimester of pregnancy

0249 - Blueberry inhibits the absorption of non-heme iron

0250 - Blueberry inhibits the absorption of non-heme iron

0251 - Integrating vitamin A supplementation (VAS) intervention into routine health systems for program sustainability in Ethiopia

0252 - Systematic review and meta-analysis on nutrition intervention effect on YYB for infants and young children in China

0253 - Improving stategies for women in pre- and post- delivery period by using pulse UV light for vitamin D fortification.

0254 - Participation in homestead food production activities improves maternal dietary diversity

0255 - Lactation management in Nepal, a scalable model for increasing early and exclusive breastfeeding

0257 - The adverse side effects and other factors inhibiting compliance in India’s Weekly Iron Folic Acid Supplementation programme

0258 - Comparison of duplicate portion and 24h recall as reference methods for validating a food frequency questionnaire using urinary markers as the estimate of true intake

0259 - Aligning global partners for food fortification: results of the #FutureFortified Global Summit and outputs of its technical advisory group

0260 - Maintaining high coverage Vitamin A supplementation in the context of community quarantines during Ebola epidemic in Guinea

0261 - Assessing iodine content in salt and mapping salt production in Guinea

0263 - Predictors of anemia among infants in rural district in Ghana

0264 - Evaluation of an inexpensive and disposable Paper Analytical Device (saltPAD) for quantifying iodine in iodized salt

0265 - Improving maternal and child nutrition practices in Nepal

0266 - Adequacy of major minerals and trace elements in human breast milk is associated with Guatemalan infant anthropometric indices within the first 6 months of life

0267 - Effects of weekly supplementation with multiple micronutrients or iron and folic acid before conception on offspring development at 2 years of age in Vietnam

0268 - Effects of preconception supplementation with multiple micronutrients or iron and folic acid compared to folic acid only on offspring linear growth during the first two years of life: a randomized controlled trial in Vietnam

0269 - Acceptance and adoption of biofortified crops by vulnerable populations

0270 - Anemia and associated factors among pregnant women attending antenatal care services in public health centers of Kembata Tembaro Zone, southern Ethiopia

0271 - Pregnant adolescents and pregnant adult women in Bangladesh have similarly inadequate dietary micronutrient intakes

0272 - Plasma folate and vitamin B12 during pregnancy and child neurodevelopment over the first 30 months of age: a cohort study

0273 - Assessing global diet and nutrient supplies with the new Global Expanded Nutrient Supply (GENuS) model

0274 - Role of Food assistance programs on anemia status in children <3 years old in Mexico

0275 - Contribution of Prospera Program supplements to nutrient intake by socioeconomic status in children in Mexico

0276 - Attendance for essential nutrition actions during the Ebola emergency demonstrate resilience when fully integrated maternal and child health services were available in Freetown, Sierra Leone

0277 - Anaemia and iron deficiency in Bangladeshi pregnant women living in areas of high and low iron in ground water

0278 - India on the threshold of achieving USI- evidence from the first ever National Iodine and Salt Intake Survey, 2015

0279 - Optimal iodine status among women of reproductive age at national level may mask significant sub-national differentials – evidence from the first National Iodine and Salt Intake Survey, 2015, India

0280 - Infant and young child feeding practices among caretakers of children 0-23 months in Sierra Leone prior to the ebola outbreak

0281 - Anemia in pregnancy: pregnancy outcome and neonatal data in a Moroccan population

0282 - Prevalence and factors associated with anemia pregnancy in a group of Moroccan pregnant women

0283 - Relation between leptin-adiponectin ratio and body fat, insulin, glucose and lipid profile during normal pregnancy

0284 - Effects of small quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements on neurobehavioral development in the International Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements (iLiNS) Project

0285 - Energy and nutrient intake of infants and young children in pastoralist communities of Ethiopia

0286 - Maternal diet during pregnancy and lactation: current evidence and implications for programs

0287 - Nutritional status and vitamin D deficiency among rural school children in Morocco

0288 - Community-based distribution of iron-folic acid supplementation: evidence and program implications for anemia programming for women and girls

0289 - Identification and promotion of Positive Deviant Behaviours (PDB) regarding Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) among rural mothers for improving child health and nutrition – a cross sectional study

0290 - Retention of zinc in biofortified rice and maize during processing and cooking

0291 - Clusters of micronutrients associated with single plasma proteins reflect homeostatic regulation in Nepalese Children

0292 - Do anemia among pregnant women and childhood anemia impact in the cost of undernutrition in Argentina?

0293 - Ethical dilemmas of improving undernutrition: a moral obligation to coordinate and collaborate

0294 - History, nutrition, health and ecology for the generation of communication strategies regarding Spirulina (A. maxima)

0295 - Daily lipid-based nutrient supplements containing 800 µg Vitamin A increased serum retinol-binding protein in lactating but not in pregnant women in rural Bangladesh

0296 - Improved food security and increased production, dietary diversity and income among participating households in a cluster randomized trial of homestead food production with or without aquaculture in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia

0297 - Motivational factors of Village Health Volunteers (VHV) delivering nutrition services in Cambodia.

0298 - The multiple dimensions of inequality influencing nutrition related outcomes in Son La Province, Vietnam: findings from a household survey

0299 - The associations between thyroid volume and goiter rate with iodine intake levels in school-age children from high water iodine areas

0300 - Nutritional insufficiencies and obesity in women of childbearing age in an affluent nation; findings from the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey Rolling Programme (NDNS-RP).

0301 - Leveraging technology: using electronic data collection tools to conduct the four-pass 24 hour recall in the context of the WASH Benefits Randomized Controlled Trial

0303 - Micronutrient status in children and pregnant women in two Moroccan regions

0304 - Opportunities and challenges of market-based approach to promoting home fortification with micronutrient powder through frontline volunteer health workers in Bangladesh

0305 - Evaluation of X-Ray fluorescence for the assessment of zinc in fingernails

0306 - Normalization of vitamin D status with 1200 IU of vitamin D daily supports a leaner body mass phenotype in young infants

0307 - Delivering tribal pregnant and lactating mothers a daily nutritional boost through women self-help group platforms: Evidence from states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India

0308 - Deficiencia de zinc y cobre séricos en mujeres en edad reproductiva

0309 - Determinants of participation in an integrated agriculture-health intervention using biofortified sweetpotato and impacts on health service utilization by pregnant women

0310 - Nutritional and anti-nutritional composition of bio-fortified pearl millet

0312 - Societal costs of micronutrient deficiencies in 6-59-month-old children in Pakistan

0313 - Hemoglobin, calcium and bone mineral density in children with Coeliac disease

0314 - Trends and determinants of infant and young child feeding practices (IYCF) in Pakistan

0316 - Associations between iron status and prevalent and incident infectious disease among children in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

0317 - The role micronutrient powders in improving complementary feeding practices

0320 - Programmatic determinants of high and low performances of Home Fortification Program with micronutrient powder in Bangladesh

0321 - Zinc deficiency increases the risk of chronic inflammation in a school-aged population of children with a high prevalence of obesity.

0322 - From evidence to national scale: the case of micronutrient powders in Rwanda

0323 - Vitamin A deficiency in a cohort of Bolivian infants

0324 - Vitamin D insufficiency among lactating women in Southern Ethiopia: a sunshine abundant region

0325 - Lessons learned on the importance of monitoring for action and community sensitization and mobilization during the home fortification with MNP pilot in Northern Zambia

0326 - Village Lao Women’s Union Volunteers are Instrumental in the Uptake of the SuperKid Home Fortification Programme with Micronutrient Powders (MNP) in Lao PDR

0327 - Cost assessment of free-public and market-based distribution models of SuperKid micronutrient powder (MNP) in Laos PDR

0328 - Challenges and opportunities to implementing Micronutrient Powders (MNP) at scale: Lessons learned from a multi-phase multi-country strategy

0329 - Micronutrient status of Filipino women of reproductive age

0330 - Dietary intake in healthy mexican pregnant women

0331 - Seasonal variation of kilocalorie, iron, and zinc intake among infants in rural, Western Kenya: an observational study nested within the WASH benefits randomized controlled trial

0332 - Women as agents of change for improved maternal infant and young children nutrition (MIYCN): evidence from the Rwanda campaign – A 1000 days in the land of a 1000 hills

0333 - Approaches to understand and adjust retinol binding protein concentrations in the presence of inflammation in preschool-aged children and women of reproductive age: a multi-country analysis

0334 - Increases in dietary adequacy and food security among extremely poor households in Bangladesh: a quasi-experimental evaluation of making markets work for women (M2W2)

0335 - Maternal obesity is negatively associated with colostrums vitamin A content

0336 - Effects of home contact by frontline volunteer health workers in improving program coverage of home fortification with micronutrient powder in Bangladesh

0337 - Supplementation of lactating Guatemalan women with a lipid-based nutrient supplement increases intake of select micronutrients from breast milk

0338 - Costs of childhood diarrhoea management program and scale-up feasibility under public sector in Bihar state of India

0339 - A double-blind randomized placebo-controlled trial evaluating the effect of micronutrient powder (MNP) on urinary iodine levels of Filipino children aged 4 – 6 years

0340 - Improved quality assurance and quality control and USI regulatory monitoring increase adequately iodized salt in Central Java Province, Indonesia

0341 - Availability of Vitamin A fortified unbranded and branded vegetable cooking oil in public markets in a province of the Philippines using lot quality assurance sampling

0342 - Validation of a semi-quantitative test for Vitamin A detection in coconut cooking oil

0343 - Child Nutrition Week (CNW) in Nepal in response to earthquake emergency (28 June to 4 July, 2015

0344 - Rice zinc biofortification reduces prevalence of zinc inadequacy among adult women in Bangladesh, the Philippines, and Indonesia

0345 - Accuracy in quantification of vitamin A levels in coconut cooking oil using a portable device: agreement, sensitivity and specificity

0346 - Awareness of micronutrients among selected Filipino population groups: its implication on program strategies

0347 - Identification of factors associated with vitamin A supplementation (VAS) coverage among children aged 6-59 months in Nigeria.

0348 - Vitamin D fortified milk: dose response study

0349 - Prevalence of anaemia among pregnant women in rural Bangladesh: do socio-demographics matter?

0350 - The association of food price change and homestead food production with dietary diversity of women in Bangladesh

0351 - Cost-effectiveness analysis of the Child Nutrition Week delivery strategy in earthquake affected districts in Nepal in 2015

0352 - Monitoring iodine nutrition: program recommendations to reduce excessive iodine intakes in Eastern Africa

0353 - Assessing micronutrient status in the presence of inflammation: comparing approaches in children aged 2-6 years from rural Western Kenya

0354 - Daily food-based dietary recommendations combined with zinc fortified drinking water ensure nutrient adequacy among 4-6 year old Kenyan children

0355 - Formative work to design the packaging of Micronutrient Powders (MNPs) for home fortification programs in 3 countries in West and Central Africa

0356 - Anemia control programs and nutritional issues of adolescent girls in rural Gujarat

0357 - Child Health Days (CHD): an opportunity to strengthen birth registration

0358 - Estimation of urinary iodine excretion by iodine/creatinine ratio from morning spot urine in school-age children

0359 - Accurate and cost effective methods for monitoring and inspection of food fortification programs in Uganda

0360 - Making Markets Work for Women (M2W2): an innovation achieving household micronutrient adequacy through poultry raising

0361 - Nigeria develops 912 million USD nutrition plan with seven micronutrient interventions

0362 - Determining factors of childhood wasting in rural Bangladesh: lessons from a cross-sectional survey

0364 - Developing an integrated national policy framework to address micronutrient deficiencies in Nigeria

0365 - Dietary Diversity Score for food intake of under five children and their association with socio-demographic factors in rural Bangladesh : lessons from a cross-sectional survey

0366 - Does it work? Is it worth it? Evaluating the costs and benefits of micro-nutritional interventions

0367 - Changes in food consumption and household food insecurity as a result of implementation of enhanced homestead food production in one district in West Timor, Indonesia

0368 - Nigeria reaches 246 million children with vitamin supplementation through the Maternal New-born and Child Health Week Campaign

0369 - Increased coverage of vitamin A supplementation in Nigeria is tainted by rising programme inequities

0370 - Assessment of iron status for women in China: National Health and Nutrition Survey 2010-2012

0371 - Cluster-randomized trial protocol for analysis of the effectof individual support of the pregnant woman at home, associated with appropriateprenatal cares on the prevention and management of anemia in pregnancy in thehealth rural district of Sindou (Burkina Faso)

0372 - Determining barriers to universal coverage of nutrition interventions delivered through the Maternal Newborn and Child Health Weeks in Nigeria

0373 - Research of the average requirement of iodine intake in euthyroid Chinese women of childbearing age

0374 - The evolution of Nigeria’s vitamin A campaign into an integrated platform for delivering nutrition and health interventions nationally

0375 - Affordable Nutritious Foods for Women (ANF4W) Project: improving micronutrient intake through an integrated communications strategy, enhanced homestead food production, and rice fortification

0376 - Calcium supplementation among targeted pregnancies: A life saving strategy to reduce the risk of eclampsia and maternal and newborn deaths

0377 - Strengthened enforcement of a national code for breast milk substitutes can help support and protect breastfeeding practices in Cambodia

0378 - Public sector readiness assessment for food fortification program in Uganda

0379 - Stakeholder engagement to develop a road map to initiative and scale up micronutrient powders linked with infant and young child feeding promotion in Nigeria

0380 - Estimating the investment required and expected economic returns of scaling up micronutrient powders in Nigeria

0381 - Improved interpersonal counselling (IC) by health workers and supply chain enhances the utilization of Iron-folic acid supplements (IFAS) among pregnant mothers in selected districts of Bangladesh: A case study

0382 - Median urinary iodine concentrations are indicative of adequate iodine status among women of reproductive age in Prey Veng, Cambodia

0383 - Daily home fortification with 12.5mg iron as ferrous fumarate versus 3mg iron as NaFeEDTA: a randomized, placebo-controlled, non-inferiority trial in Kenyan children

0384 - A community based distribution strategy using village health volunteers (VHV) is effective in increasing coverage of micronutrient powders (MNPs) among children 6-24 month in Cambodia

0385 - Scaling up of micronutrient interventions in Nigeria: achievements, lessons learned and the way forward

0386 - National Fortification Alliances (NFAs): Program guidance based on lessons learned from nine countries

0387 - External quality assessment program for iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) monitoring in Central Eastern Europe and Commonwealth Independent States (CEE/CIS) region by reference lab of Kazakh Academy of Nutrition (KAN)

0388 - Mobile phone texting in building adherence to iron and folic acid supplementation among pregnant women in Kenya

0389 - Understanding the Hausa socio-cultural context in northern Nigeria – Informing behaviour change messaging using cultural domain analysis

0390 - The difficulty of meeting the nutrient requirements of adolescent girls: a cross-comparison of three different Cost of Diet studies in El Salvador, Ghana and Madagascar

0391 - SBCC Interventions to address barriers to appropriate use of Micronutrient Powders (MNPs) in Uganda

0392 - Catalyze consolidation of the salt industry to achieve Universal Salt Iodization (USI)

0393 - A joint call to accelerate the attainment of fortification goals in Nigeria

0394 - Diagnostic test performance of zinc protoporphyrin to detect iron deficiency in Kenyan pregnant women

0395 - Diagnostic test performance of zinc protoporphyrin to detect iron deficiency in Kenyan preschool children

0396 - Fill the Nutrient Gap tool: a tool to strengthen nutrition situation analysis and the identification of context-specific strategies to improve nutrient intake among specific target groups

0397 - Is erythrocyte protoporphyrin a better screening test for iron deficiency in children and women compared to hemoglobin or mean cell volume?

0398 - What do we know about her: Identifying entry points for nutrition interventions targeting adolescent girls in India, Pakistan and Indonesia

0399 - Distributing micronutrient powders in an emergency: experiences from 3 Boko Haram conflict affected North Nigeria states

0400 - Vitamin A supplementation (VAS) through facility-plus-outreach costs less and achieves comparable coverage compared with door-to-door distribution

0401 - SMS reminders and vocal messages increase adherence to immunization and 6-month vitamin A supplementation

0402 - Associations between acute phase proteins and stunting in children under 5 years: a multi-country analysis

0403 - Determinants of high Vitamin A supplementation coverage for children 6-59 months in 13 Sub-Saharan African countries

0404 - Understanding and increasing the potential of markets to improve infant and young child nutrition: using a program impact pathway

0405 - Use of early child development centres (ECD) increases coverage of routine vitamin A supplementation (VAS) to children 12 to 59 months of age

0406 - Implementation of the Maternal, New-born and Child Health Week in the conflict affected North Nigerian State of Borno

0407 - Homogeneity of vitamin A fortified sugar distributed in Malawi as a direct result of the type of premix used

0408 - Improving the performance of Maternal, New-born and Child Health Weeks in Nigeria through a real-time monitoring tool

0409 - Inadequacy of dietary intakes among pregnant women in Ethiopia

0410 - Barriers and enablers of mothers using community-based nutrition services and MNPs in rural Burkina Faso.

0411 - Demonstrating a model to reach target population in geographical areas not covered by Lady Health Workers (LHW) in Pakistan

0412 - Nigeria’s annual SMART survey and Multiple Deprivation Analysis: a planning, advocacy and accountability tool for health and nutrition programming

0413 - How to effectively collate, analyze and report fortification monitoring data: Malawi’€™s experience with salt, oil, sugar, wheat flour, and maize flour fortification

0414 - Participatory formative research to develop a social marketing strategy in northern Nigeria

0415 - External monitoring of Maternal New-born and Children Health Weeks with SMART tablets improves accountability and transparency

0416 - The effect of folic acid supplementation with ferrous sulfate on the linear and ponderal growth of children aged 6–24 months

0418 - A comprehensive program model for integrating prenatal calcium and iron supplementation into primary healthcare in western Kenya

0419 - Identifying barriers and enhancers of home fortification utilization in market-based delivery: lessons from Bangladesh and Vietnam.

0421 - Child anemia control: a feasibility study within the government set-up in Uttar Pradesh, India

0422 - Systematic review of reviews: comparing nutrition-specific and –sensitive intervention impacts of anemia and hemoglobin concentrations

0423 - Key fieldwork lessons from conducting multi-site formative research to inform development of an integrated nutrition program for children 6 – 23 months in northern Nigeria

0424 - Review of potassium iodate (KIO3) supply chain mechanism for Universal Salt Iodization Program (USIP) in Pakistan

0425 - Prevalence of anemia and micronutrient deficiencies in children and non-pregnant women in urban areas of Mozambique

0426 - Assessing feasibility and program effectiveness of home fortification of complementary foods in Bihar: Design and methodology

0427 - The association between red blood cell folate concentration and deficient or marginally deficient vitamin B12 status: A national population-based study of women of childbearing-age in Belize

0428 - Factors influencing the utilization of maternal nutrition interventions in a large scale Maternal Newborn and Child Health program in Bangladesh

0429 - Retinol transfer from the mother to the breastfed infant in agricultural and urban regions in Northwest-Mexico, assessed by stable isotopes

0430 - Systematic evidence review and program analysis of large-scale fortification efforts for improving health outcomes in low and middle income countries

0431 - Quantifying market prices in Western Kenya and optimizing nutrient densities for weekly food budgets

0432 - Capacity building of community level health workers and equipping them with supplies to enhance care seeking and usage of zinc and ORS for management of childhood diarrhoea through public sector in Gujarat, India

0433 - Dietary micronutrient intake and its relationship with arsenic metabolism in Mexican women

0434 - Knowledge, attitude and practices among consumers regarding fortified foods in Vietnam

0435 - Setting the national standard of the multi-nutrient supplementary foods for pregnant and lactating women

0436 - A study in improving Micronutrient status of women and children in communities using crystal salt enriched with multiple micronutrients.

0437 - A multiplexed micronutrient assay for rapid and accurate population surveillance

0438 - Commercial monitoring of oil fortification to assess availability and compliance of local oil brands fortified with vitamin A in Mozambique

0439 - Levels of indicators of bone remodeling during pregnancy of low socioeconomic status women attending in public hospitals from Barranquilla-Colombia

0440 - What is the role of maternal education and early feeding recommendations to fight anemia and overweight in 6-23 month old children? Evidence from 87 Demographic and Health Surveys

0441 - Cost and cost-effectiveness of Mama-SASHA – a project to improve health and nutrition of women and children through an integrated orange-fleshed sweetpotato production and health service delivery model in Kenya

0442 - Efficacy of hepcidin-based screen-and-treat approaches using two different doses vs a standard universal approach of iron supplementation in young children in rural Gambia: a double-blind randomized controlled trial

0443 - The role of animal-source food systems in improving nutrition in low-income settings

0444 - Sentinel study of the consumption of fortified wheat flour with elemental iron and folic acid on the status of women of childbearing age in Morocco

0445 - A smartphone-based point-of-care ferritin biosensor for assessment of iron deficiency

0446 - Factors associated with household access to adequately iodised salt: Initial findings from the 2014 national iodine survey in Senegal

0447 - Essential program elements to scale up the use of zinc and ORS in childhood diarrhoea treatment program: Experiences from Asia

0448 - Iron and folic acid status of children 6 to 59 months in Morocco three years after the commercialization of wheat flour fortified with elemental iron and folic acid

0449 - Vitamin A and E are associated with markers of obesity, inflammation and insulin resistence in Mexican school-aged children.

0450 - Association between household access to adequately iodised salt and population iodine status: Findings from the 2014 national iodine survey in Senegal

0451 - Fortification of staple foods in Central America

0453 - Prevalence of vitamin A deficiency among lactating mothers and infants in Bhaktapur, Nepal

0454 - Prevalence and predictors of antenatal care (ANC) seeking and adherence to iron-folic acid (IFA recommendation among pregnant women in Zinder, Niger

0455 - Design of an operational implementation approach for scaling of community-based home fortification (HF)program coupled with IYCF in four health districts (HD) in the Northern region of Cameroon

0456 - The Affordable Nutritious Foods for Women (ANF4W) Partnership

0457 - The determinants of stunting in children under five in Madagascar

0458 - Planning and reporting tool enhances supply management for Maternal New-born and Child Health Week saving $ 436,000 in resources

0459 - Determination of nutritional status of vitamins A and D3 among the Moroccan population

0460 - Factors associated with anemia in infants from rural Retalhuleu, Guatemala

0461 - Trends in estimated national 2-dose vitamin A supplement coverageamong children aged 6-59 months

0462 - Predictors of anemia in female caregivers in the Lake Zone of Tanzania

0463 - Comparison of algorithms for adjusting serum retinol concentrations in the presence of an acute phase response using data from four countries.

0464 - Iron deficiency persists among Maasia but not Kamba preschoolers participating in a supplementary feeding programme in Southern Kenya

0465 - Laboratory and field manual for specimen collection, field testing, specimen processing, storage and shipment: a tool for nutritional surveys

0466 - Bolsa Familia conditional cash transfer program and micronutrient status in western Brazilian Amazonian children

0467 - Randomized controlled trial on the effects of lipid-based nutrient supplements on linear growth of 6 month-old infants in South Africa

0468 - Goiter but not thyroid hormones were affected by iodine supplementation in lactating women in rural Ethiopia

0469 - Diagnosis and management of soil micronutrient deficiencies in Sub-Saharan Africa for improved plant, animal and human nutrition

0470 - Partnering to achieve collective impact: translating evidence to policy

0471 - Determination of the correlation of iodine deficiency and excess sodium in the 24h urine among Moroccan schoolchildren

0472 - Sierra Leone: Post Ebola resilience plan includes scaling up MNP for children 6-23 months

0473 - Efficacy study of the consumption of multiple micronutrients fortified milk on the nutritional status of vitamin A among school children in rural region in Morocco

0474 - Relations between feeding behaviors and infant dietary diversity in rural Guatemala

0475 - Effects of prenatal lipid-based nutrient supplementation on birth outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis

0476 - Lactating mothers feeding practice and anemia; an implication for intervention, a case of Jimma district rural setting, Ethiopia.

0477 - Population biomarker kinetics of iron status and hepcidin during iron fortification in Moroccan children: a double-blind, randomized controlled trial

0478 - Hepcidin is upregulated by obesity and may exert a detrimental effect on iron status during pregnancy

0479 - Is there an increased risk of iodine deficiency among reproductive-age women (18-45) with “normal” thyroid function?

0480 - The relationship between obesity, inflammation markers, micronutrients and insulin resistance in school age child

0481 - Review of food fortification legislation, regulatory and monitoring documents

0482 - Validation of Masimo Pronto 7 for the determination of hemoglobin concentrations in children from 1 to 5 years old in México

0483 - Combatting anemia with iron may inevitably cause a transient increase in risk of malaria

0484 - Understanding local infant and young child feeding practices to create an effective micronutrient powder program in Northern Nigeria

0486 - National policy responses to Iodine deficiency disorders: Iodine supplementation in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand

0487 - An exploratory factor analysis of micronutrient among elderly

0488 - A review of the biomarkers of nutrition for development document for vitamin A

0489 - Haemoglobin concentration in non-pregnant women is associated with household diet diversity measured using a 7-day but not a 24hr recall period: evidence from the REFANI-N Study

0490 - The relationship between blood pressure, body iron stores and urinary iodine in healthy women of reproductive age in rural Eastern Kenya

0491 - How to reach an additional 2 million pregnant women per year with the right dose of iron and folic acid supplements: evidence-informed program design in 8 high burden countries

0492 - Daily complementary food supplementation improves micronutrient status in 18 month old children in rural Bangladesh

0493 - Provitamin A carotenoid bioconversion to retinol is drastically slowed when liver levels become excessive in Mongolian gerbils

0494 - The efficacy of the Lucky Iron Fish’s in-home fortification of iron to improve hemoglobin concentration in rural Cambodian women: a randomized control trial

0495 - Multi-phase formative research to understand micronutrient powder (MNP) acceptance and utilization among children aged 6 – 23 months in northern Nigeria

0496 - Financial needs to achieve the global nutrition target for anemia in women: how much will it cost and how to pay for it?

0497 - Nutritional status and micronutrients intake in Indigenous children

0498 - Daily vitamin A intake recommendations revisited: global confusion and need for alignment

0499 - Relationship between pollution heavy metals and anemia among Mexican schoolchildren

0501 - Is there a relationship of household food insecurity and anemia in children receiving the benefit from food assistance programs in Mexico?

0503 - Evaluation of the content of iron and folic acid in bakery products made with fortified wheat flour in Colombia.

0504 - Vitamin D deficiency is a predictor for overweight and/or obesity among schoolchildren in central Ethiopia

0505 - Impact of provitamin A biofortified maize consumption on carotenoid status of Zambian children

0506 - Phenolic, carotenoid, tocopherol, antioxidant and fatty acid composition of commonly consumed Canadian yellow pea, lentil and chickpea cultivars

0509 - The dual burden diabetes and tuberculosis among women and men with low adiposity in rural South India

0510 - Anemia and tuberculosis among patients in rural South India

0511 - Multiple micronutrients in powder through primary healthcare reduce iron deficiency, vitamin A deficiency and improve nutritional status in young Brazilian Amazonian children: a pragmatic controlled trial

0512 - Impact of “The national crusade against hunger (CNCH)” over anemia prevalence in preecholer children

0513 - Study on iodine loss during movement of iodized salt from production unit to retail end

0514 - Current state of micronutrient deficiencies in Haiti

0515 - Mother and child vitamin A deficiency clump together but not iron deficiency in Benin

0516 - Ethical considerations for the use of biofortification of crops as a micronutrient intervention

0517 - Stability of Potassium Iodate (KIO3) in different types of edible salt and packing materials under different climatic conditions In Pakistan

0518 - Folic acid and anemia in children 6 to 24 months of age

0519 - Factors for successful implementation of market based approaches to deliver micronutrient powders to communities

0520 - Gender differences in food intake, nutrient intake, and nutrition status among Mongolian adults

0521 - Knowledge attitude and practices among consumers regarding fortified foods in Vietnam

0522 - Caregiver feeding behaviors are associated with dietary diversity at 24 months of age in rural Bangladesh

0523 - Anemia enigma: exploring the rapid reduction of child anemia in developing countries

0524 - Revitalising Iron and Folic Acid (IFA) supplements for pregnant women as a key component of the Ante-natal Care (ANC) package: Program experiences of demonstration projects in two populous countries of Bangladesh and Indonesia in Asia

0526 - Application of a machine learning approach to identify predictors of vitamin D status in pregnancy

0527 - Iodine status of Thai school-aged children and women of reproductive age living in the same household.

0528 - Mathematical modeling predicts that six-monthly vitamin A supplementation from 6-59 months of age does not result in excessive total body vitamin A stores

0529 - National Program for the prevention and reduction of nutritional anemia for infants and young childrenNational Program for the prevention and reduction ofnutritional anemia for infants and young children

0530 - Projecting National Economic Consequences of IDD and Benefits of USI

0531 - Newborn micronutrient status in the JiVitA-3 trial of antenatal multiple micronutrient (MM) and iron-folic acid (IFA) supplementation

0532 - A randomized trial of iron- and zinc-biofortified pearl millet: effects on zinc concentrations and anthropometry in school children in India

0533 - Water-soluble choline content in human milk and its contribution towards the adequacy of dietary choline intake in infants

0534 - Malnutrition due to nutrients deficiency in Indigenous children of the Huasteca region, Mexico

0535 - Contribution of dietary choline intake to choline status during early childhood

0537 - Effectiveness of non-conventional delivery platforms in improving access of ORS and Zinc in Narok County, Kenya

0538 - Assessing the use of Traditional Household Pulse Processing and Consumption for improved food and nutrition security

0539 - Homocysteine and vitamin levels in Cuban elderly with Alzheimers Disease (AD) or Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

0540 - Mineral availability from naturally- and synthetically-fortified multi-nutrient growth mix (MGM) products

0541 - Fortified rice-mongo curls: opportunity for improving the nutrition requirements of children six ((6) months to five (5) years old for iron and zinc

0542 - From pyramid to plate: a formative research on the development of a Filipino food guide

0543 - FNRI-DOST and Robinsons’ Supermarket – a public-private partnership model in promoting wellness among Filipinos

0544 - Maternal health and nutrition and infant and young childfeeding: findings from the 8th National Nutrition Survey

0545 - Implementation science in practice: vitamin A supplementation global programming

0546 - Management of conflicts of interest in the context of food fortification in public health

0547 - Inadequate micronutrient intake in women of childbearing age

0548 - Formulation of the Bangladesh National Micronutrient Strategy: A big tent approach for better outcomes

0550 - Peanut butter increases the bioavailability and bioconversion of kale ß-carotene to vitamin A

0551 - Citizen-lead assessments for dietary intake – an extrapolation from education space nationwide survey, India

0552 - Prevalence of iron deficiency anaemia among school children in Kenitra, northwest of Morocco

0558 - An initial evaluation of newly proposed biomarker of zinc status in humans – linoleic acid: dihomo-?-linolenic acid (LA:DGLA) ratio

0559 - Prevalence of iodine deficiency and associated factors among pregnant women in Ada district, Oromia region, Ethiopia: A cross- sectional study

0560 - Iodine status of complementary-fed South African infants receiving lipid-based nutrient supplements: A randomized controlled trial

0561 - Association between serum unmetabolized folic acid concentrations and folic acid from fortified foods

0562 - Acceptability of a novel beef powder added to infant and young child complementary foods in West Java, Indonesia

0563 - Dietary calcium intake and sunlight exposure amoung children aged 6-23 months in Dale Woreda, Southern Ethiopia

0564 - Magnitude of iodine deficiency disorder in reproductive age women and school age children and iodized salt coverage in Ethiopia

0565 - Iron fractionation of cereals contaminated with different types of Ethiopian soils and its consequence on bioaccessibility

0566 - Assessment of iron supplementation utilization and associated factors among pregnant women in Lideta sub city

0567 - Prevalence of zinc deficiency and its association with dietary, serum albumin and intestinal parasitic infection among pregnant women attending antenatal care at the University of Gondar Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia

0568 - Association between maternal social capital and dietary diversity among children aged 6-12 months in rural Ethiopia

0569 - Association between early pregnancy vitamin D inadequacy and changes on serum lipid profile throughout pregnancy

0570 - The orphan crops: A rich source of micronutrients

0571 - Correlation of dietary diversity with micronutrient intake and blood haemoglobin and serum retinol levels

0572 - Multifortification of bouillon in Central and West Africa – feasibility and cost efficiency

0573 - Comparison of hemoglobin assessments by Hemocue® and by automated hematology analyzer in young children: evidence from the Lao Zinc Study

0574 - Determinants of anemia and iron, zinc, folate and vitamin B12 deficiencies among Women of Reproductive Age in Ecuador

0575 - Super foods cooking competion. (Innovative millet and sorghum recipes.)

0576 - Drivers of micronutrient policy change in three African countries: a policy process analysis

0577 - A comparison of the nutritional status of children under-five from different small-scale surveys in different regions in Indonesia

0578 - Consumption of multi-micronutrient powders (MMNP) in young children: Knowledge, perceptions and practices of families, health personnel and other community actors in 3 regions of Peru

0579 - Iodine deficiency among female undergraduate students in a peri-urban area of Ogun State, Southwest Nigeria.

0580 - Knowledge, attitude and practices of day care pupils’ caregivers in La Trinidad, Beguet, Philippines

0581 - Assessment of capacity needs for effective monitoring of nutritious and fortified foods in the ECSA region

0582 - Use of fortified aata by community using small chakki for flour fortification; a pilot project in tribal blocks of Udaipur district, Rajasthan India

0583 - Village-level wheat flour fortification to improve the nutritional status of tribal population.

0584 - Bridging the nutrition gap through public private partnership

0585 - Assessing acceptability and utilization of three nutritional supplements among pregnant women in rural Niger

0586 - Analyzing family and health survey data of India regarding nutritional indicators

0587 - Addressing micronutrient deficiency with Policy Advocacy

0588 - Edible oil fortification in Rajasthan: enriching foods, enriching lives

0589 - Effective communications for improved knowledge attitude and practices towards fortified foods

0590 - Operational research on vitamin A supplementation for children aged 6 to 59 months by community health volunteers in Homabay County, Kenya

0591 - Beliefs, knowledge, practices of supplementation of micronutrients of mothers with children less than 3 years and the prevalence of anemia. Center of Health San Agustin of Boxes 2015 Peru.

0592 - Integrated DHS and national micronutrient surveys: a case study from Malawi

0593 - Successful improvement of micronutrient content in corn soy blend (CSB) porridge used for treatment of moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) through a social behavior change communication (SBCC) intervention aimed at increasing amount of added fortified vegetable oil (FVO)

0594 - Longitudinal changes in vitamin D concentrations during pregnancy among Brazilian women

0595 - Using supplemental calcium, milk or moringa to mitigate fluorosis: a human trial conducted in the Rift Valley of Ethiopia

0596 - Rolling up food fortification to rural areas in Tanzania

0597 - Effect of processing on total carotenoid content in selected yellow root cassava varieties and their products.

0598 - Enhancing nutrition and capacity strengthening of farmers in selected communities in Nigeria

0599 - Maternal vitamin B-12 status is negatively related to high plasma folate in early pregnancy

0600 - Taking the pulse . . . understanding the policy space and stakeholder considerations for implementation of an iron/ zinc lentil dal fortification strategy

0601 - Serum vitamin D levels are associated with handgrip muscle strength in Ethiopian schoolchildren: a cross-sectional study

0602 - A nutrition education intervention affects the diet-health related practices and nutritional status of mothers and children in a pulse-growing community in Halaba, south Ethiopia

0603 - Iron content in groundwater associated with anemia among children 6-37 months in rural Bangladesh

0604 - Starting young incorporating local pulses in the menus of childcare centers in Saskatoon: a pilot project

0605 - Improved child care practices though Mencare Fatherhood Programme in Tea Estates by World Vision Lanka-Ambagamuwa ADP

0606 - Intensive community efforts to enhance the coverage of ORS & zinc use rates anddiarrhoeacare practices in India: The caseof Intensified Diarrhoea Control Fortnight (IDCF) under National Health Mission

0611 - Iron fortification of pulse crop products