Our publications play a key role to increase understanding and prompt global action around hidden hunger.

Fact Sheets

Fact sheets with the latest information about MI initiatives and projects:


Highlighting key messages and results from MI’s work:

Annual Highlights Report

Our Annual Highlights Reports offer a snapshot of our efforts to create greater global impact.

In these reports, we provide governments, donors, social policy makers, business leaders, advocates, media and many others timely insight into the scope of the problem of malnutrition and our progress on the solutions.

We invite you to learn more about MI’s work around the world in the following annual reports:

Annual Highlights 2014-2015: *new* English, French (Website)

Annual Highlights 2013-2014: EnglishFrench (Website)

Annual Highlights 2012-2013: EnglishFrench and Spanish (PDF)

Annual Highlights 2011-2012:  EnglishFrench, and Spanish (PDF)

Annual Highlights 2010-2011: EnglishFrench, and Spanish (PDF)

Financial Statements

Full Financial Statements 2015

Full Financial Statements 2014

Strategic Plan 2013-2018

strat-plan-cover Our Five-year Strategic Plan (2013-2018) describes the path we will walk in Working for a World Free of Hidden Hunger.

Established in 1992, MI has been working for more than 20 years to prevent micronutrient malnutrition in the world’s most vulnerable citizens in developing countries, especially among women and children. We deliver the vitamins and minerals they need to survive and thrive, touching the lives of around 500 million people every year.

While we have had tremendous success, we need to do more. In 2013, MI introduced a five-year strategic plan to guide our efforts to wipe-out hidden hunger on a larger scale.

Broadly, the 2013-2018 strategic plan is about building up the network of governments and agencies who should be part of the solution, and supporting them in those efforts.

The plan is driven by the following goals:

  • Increase the number of children who survive to age five because they received essential micronutrients;
  • Increase the number of children, particularly those under the age of two, who get the essential vitamins and minerals they need for optimal health, growth and development;
  • Improve the survival and health of women and their newborns by meeting their needs for essential vitamins and minerals, particularly during pregnancy and after birth; and
  • engage more of the right players in the solution by proving the value of micronutrient interventions.

Please explore our 2013-2018 strategic plan to learn more.