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Vitamin Angels-Becoming an international field partner

Vitamin Angels works with over 325 local NGOs and development organizations—our field
partners—to reach at-risk children with lifesaving and life changing micronutrients in nearly 50 countries.

Our network of field partners plays an integral role in executing our mission—they are the ones to directly distribute the vitamins we provide to the children and women who are most in need. These partners allow us to target underserved populations and those without access to facility-based health services because they have a local presence and intimate understanding of the communities being served. Together, we tailor every project to the individual needs of the population being served while ensuring distributions use proven methods consistent with accepted best practices.

Becoming an international field partner.
In 2014, through a network of locally-based development organizations with established programs in the field, Vitamin Angels' goal is to distribute vitamin A and multivitamins to 40 million at-risk children and mothers in over 40 countries.

Qualified organizations can apply for a grant from Vitamin Angels for any of the following commodities:
  • 100,000 IU vitamin A for infants 6-11 months
  • 200,000 IU vitamin A for children 12-59 months
  • Albendazole (limited availability; donated with vitamin A only)
  • Multivitamins for children 6-59 months
  • Multivitamins for pregnant and lactating women

Vitamin Angels grants selected micronutrient commodities to qualified non-profit organizations able to connect essential micronutrients, especially vitamin A, with beneficiaries that meet three requirements, including:
  1. Beneficiaries must be situated within selected countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America / Caribbean that have been identified by the WHO or UNICEF as vitamin A deficient priority countries (ie. experience moderate to severe VAD),
    Beneficiaries must be underserved with respect to access to essential micronutrients, generally meaning they meet one of the following criteria:
  2. Grant recipients must target only beneficiaries 6-59 months of age, and/or pregnant or lactating women, AND
  3. Beneficiaries must be underserved with respect to access to essential micronutrients, generally meaning they meet one of the following criteria:
Qualified non-profit organizations will further meet the following criteria:
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