The Global Micronutrient Data Landscape
This resource aims to support various stakeholders in the micronutrient data ecosystem, including newcomers and established teams, by providing a map of the numerous partners working in the micronutrient data space. The goal is to foster a better understanding of what others are doing in the micronutrient data space, and encourage collaboration across geographies.
Instructions for use:
The landscape is divided into two tables. The first includes a list of organizations, while the second describes the projects and programs undertaken by each organization. Tags are used to categorize the roles and functions in both tables. Any column can be sorted or filtered using the downward pointing arrowhead. Any row can be expanded for more details by hovering the cursor over the row and clicking on the arrows pointing in opposite directions.
If you have any comments, corrections, or would like your organization and program to be included, please contact us at DInA@micronutrientforum.org.
Data Landscape Partners
The partner landscape table identifies the various partner organizations in the micronutrient data ecosystem. In this table, organizations are categorized into one of the following: multilateral, research, academic, donor foundation, NGO/non-profit, private sector, or government donor. The final column lists relevant projects or programs associated with these organizations, providing information on strategic partnerships, collaborations, or alliances.
Current Projects and Programs
This table provides current information on relevant projects and programs run by the organizations listed in the Data Partner Landscape table above. It includes a brief description of each project or program, categorized by ‘Resource type’ and ‘MN Topics’. It also lists the partner organizations, core geographies, and focal point contact information.
The ‘Resource type’ category offers contextual information about the work carried out by the data landscape partner, and it is divided into the following categories: data analysis, technical assistance, modeling tool, network, information collation, data provider, or data collection tool. In the ‘MN Topics’ column, each project or program is tagged with a specific activity or theme related to micronutrient data, such as micronutrient (MN) status data, dietary data, large-scale food fortification (LSFF), policies, supplementation, and biofortification.