A World Free of Hidden Hunger
MI has been working for more than 20 years to prevent micronutrient malnutrition among the world’s most vulnerable citizens in developing countries, especially women and children. We deliver the nutrition programs they need to survive and thrive, touching the lives of around 500 million people every year.
In 2013, MI introduced a five-year strategic plan to guide our continued efforts to wipe-out hidden hunger on a larger scale. The 2013-2018 strategic plan is about building up the network of partners who should be part of the solution, and supporting them in those efforts.
Within this plan, we have some very specific targets to guide how we deploy our resources and are focused on four key issues, or themes:
- Child Survival
- Child Health, Growth and Development
- Women’s and Newborn Survival and Health
- Global Impact