Related Resources

ATNF (Access to Nutrition Foundation): an non-profit organization based in the Netherlands dedicated to objectively assessing and improving the contribution the private sector makes to addressing global nutrition challenges.

eLENA (e-Library of Evidence for Nutrition Actions): World Health Organization online library of evidence-informed guidance for nutrition interventions.

FACT (Fortification Assessment Coverage Toolkit): a toolkit developed by GAIN to evaluate the effectiveness of large-scale food fortification programs.

FAQR (Food Aid Quality Review): seeking to provide USAID and its partners with actionable recommendations on ways to improve nutrition among vulnerable people for whom the direct distribution of food aid can make a significant impact.

FFI (Food Fortification Initiative): supporting fortification of industrially milled cereal grains by collaborating with multi-sector partners.

GFDx (Global Fortification Data Exchange): an analysis and visualization tool providing free access to data on food fortification.

IMAPP (Intake Modeling, Assessment and Planning Program): software to estimate usual nutrient intake distributions and impact of fortification on dietary adequacy.

NutVal: a spreadsheet application for planning, calculation, and monitoring of food assistance programs.

Optifood: a linear programming software that identifies ways to improve diets at the lowest cost using locally available foods.

Optima Nutrition: helping national decision-makers, program managers, and funding partners achieve maximum impact with the funding available for the country's public health response and plan for sustainability.

REFINE (Research Engagement on Food Interventions for Nutritional Effectiveness): a knowledge-sharing mechanism that aims to improve food aid interventions.

SAFANSI (South Asia Food and Nutrition Security Initiative): Initiative aimed at fostering cross-cutting actions that will lead to measurable improvements in food and nutrition security.