Join us on June 4th, during the Women Deliver conference in Vancouver, for Power for Mothers to understand why closing the gap in maternal is paramount, and how we can ensure all mothers get the critical vitamins and minerals they need. Compelling evidence shows that taking multiple micronutrient supplements (MMS) during pregnancy reduces the risk of anemia in mothers and helps ensure babies are born healthy. But global recommendations lag behind the science, and many pregnant women cannot access MMS.
Kristen Hurley, Program Director at Vitamin Angels, will moderate an enlightening discussion on MMS with Robert Black of Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Spencer Kirk of Kirk Humanitarian, Lenore Spies from the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health, Klaus Kraemer of Sight and Life, as well as representatives from 1,000 Days, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Children’s Investment Fund Foundation.
Power for Mothers: Bring a solution for Better Nutrition to All
June 4th at 5:30 pm
Fairmont Waterfront Hotel in Vancouver
Hosted by: Sight and Life, CIFF, MMS TAG, Kirk Humanitarian, Vitamin Angels, 1,000 Days
Cocktails and light fare will be served following the event for an opportunity to meet the panelist and network.
All attendees must register on eventbrite HERE.