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Intervention Programs Tackling Micronutrient Deficiencies in Asia

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The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAI N) sponsored a symposium entitled “Intervention Programs Tackling Micronutrient Deficiencies” at the Asian Congress of Nutrition in Singapore, July 13 – 16. Participants came from one country in East Asia and five countries in Southeast Asia. However, those nations represented can be grouped separately. The first group included China and its contiguous neighbors, Vietnam and Thailand, along with Cambodia, which sits between them. The remaining sites are two prawling archipelago nations, Indonesia and the Philippines, in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Regina Moench-Pfanner of GAI N’s Nutrition Unit chaired the session, with Nyugen Cong Khan serving as co-chair. Martin Bloem of the World Food Programme (WFP) was the moderator for the interactive panel and audience discussion at the conclusion of the individual presentations. The panel of speakers, with their individual national reports and perspectives, were well selected, given their major projections in the area of micronutrients and food fortification. The panel included Junshi Chen of China, Li Thi Hop of Vietnam, Emorn Wasantwisut of Thailand, Chan Theary of Cambodia, Juan Antonio Solon of the Philippines, and Soekirman of Indonesia. The session auditorium remained filled with a rapt and interested audience throughout the two hours of presentations and discussion.

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Year 2011
Authors Noel W Solomons
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/JOOT5365
DOI Number 10.52439/JOOT5365
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