Welcome to the career site of the Nutrition International at Impactpool!
Nutrition International (formerly the Micronutrient Initiative) is a global organization dedicated to delivering proven nutrition interventions to those who need them most.Working in partnership with countries, donors and implementers, our experts conduct cutting-edge nutrition research, support critical policy formulation, and integrate nutrition into broader development programs.
Working in partnership with countries, donors and implementers, our experts conduct cutting-edge nutrition research, support critical policy formulation, and integrate nutrition into broader development programs.
In more than 60 countries, primarily in Asia and Africa, Nutrition International nourishes people to nourish life.
Malnutrition isn’t just a chronic problem, it’s an urgent problem. Millions of lives and voices are missing from our global economy and collective story – when they don’t have to be.
Every day, Nutrition International drives for better, faster ways to get improved nutrition to the people who need it most.
Formerly the Micronutrient Initiative, Nutrition International brings over 25 years of on-the-ground experience. We multiply impact by partnering with countries, donors and implementers to reach millions of people in more than 60 countries annually.
Whether we are conducting cutting-edge research, influencing policy, improving delivery or integrating nutrition to advance a range of Sustainable Development Goals, all of our efforts are guided by a single purpose: to create the most good for the people we serve.
We make a difference, because nutrition is the difference. It’s the difference between attending school and learning there. Between giving birth to a child and giving her life. It’s the difference between fighting a disease and surviving it. Between what could be and what never gets the chance.
Women and girls’ nutrition, Infant and young child nutrition, Evidence generation and policy, Salt iodization, Food fortification, and Micronutrient supplementation