This activity includes the recent development of the “hidden hunger” map. This map identifies those countries
where micronutrient deficiency is most common, so that help can be directed there first. A related project is in Bangladesh. “We’re exploring possible micronutrient interventions in pregnant women and young children,”
says Klaus, “and our contribution has included helping to identify the best formulation and production methods for local manufacturing. Through such work, you come into contact with many experts from private and public organizations, and get invited to sit on international committees and advisory groups. I see all this – and now also this honorary position at Johns Hopkins – as recognition of our work at Sight and Life.”
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