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Friday, June 6, AM/PM

NUTRITION SURVEY TOOLKIT FOR IMPROVED MICRONUTRIENT SURVEYS
Tiffany Duque*, Kevin Sullivan, Donnie Whitehead, Carine Mapango, Katie Tripp
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA
Lessons and Experiences from implementing small scale fortification in Asia
Melanie Galvin*1, Macha Raja Maharjan2, Rozy Afrial Jafar3
1Micronutrient Initiative, India, 2Micronutrient Initiative, Nepal, 3Micronutrient Initiative, Indonesia
Promoting compliance to iron and folic acid (IFA) intake in pregnant women in Uganda: Prioritizing the myriad of factors
Alex Mokori*1, Manisha Tharaney2, Jack Fiedler2, Timothy Williams2, Fred Werikhe1, Caroline Agabiirwe Noel1, Adera Asasira1
1USAID/SPRING, Uganda, 2USAID/SPRING, USA
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Targeted involvement of women in iodized salt related microenterprises contributes to the empowerment and improved social-economic status of participating women in Senegal
Abdoualye Ndiaye*1, Banda Ndiaye1, Vankatesh Mannar1
1Micronutrient Initiative, Senegal, 2Micronutrient Initiave, Canada
Preventing malnutrition in infancy through optimal breastfeeding: a study of mothers’ perception in Sagamu, southwestern Nigeria.
Oluwafolahan Sholeye1, Doyinsola Somade*2, Olamide Agunbiade2, Omolara Ogundipe2, Omotola Banwo2, John Olaye2
1Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria, 2Faculty of Clinical Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria
Publishing grey literature government reports in the European Journal Nutrition and Food Safety
Hans Verhagen*1,3, Nick Vos1, Manisha Basu2
1National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), The Netherlands, 2Sciencedomain International, India, 3University of Ulster, U.S. Virgin Islands
Poster
Strengthening production end salt iodization: Computerized Management Information System in Salt Department, India
Kapil yadav*1, Rakesh Kumar2, Arijit Chakrabarty3, R Sankar3, M A Ansari4, C S Pandav1
1All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India, 2Indian Coalition for Control of Iodine Deficiency Diosrders, India, 3Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, India, 4Salt Commissioner's Office, India
Establishment of a regional iodine resource laboratory and external quality assessment program at the Kazakh Academy of Nutrition
Tiffany Duque*1, Amir Makhmudov1, Feruza Ospanova3, Shamil Tazhibayev3, Katie Tripp1, Aigul Nurgabilova2
1Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA, 2UNICEF Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan, 3Kazakh Academy of Nutrition, Kazakhstan
A paper test card provides quantitative measurement of iodate to improve quality control of iodized salt in low-resource settings
Marya Lieberman*1, Nicholas M. Myers1, Rebecca Spohrer2, Rizwan Yusufali2
1University of Notre Dame, USA, 2Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, Switzerland
Iron and Zinc content in raw and cooked varieties of pearl millet consumed in Banaskantha district, Gujarat
Vanisha S Nambiar*, Neha Sareen
The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India
Can diffuse mid infrared reflectance provide information on soil micronutrient status?
Mercy Nyambura*1, Riikka Keskinen2, Erick Towett1, Keith Shepherd1, Martti Esala2
1World Agroforestry Centre, Kenya, 2MTT Agrifood Research Finland, Plant Production Research, Finland
Potential of MIR, TXRF and XRD as complementary techniques for assessment of soil properties
Mercy Nyambura*1, Erick Towett2,1, Andrew Sila1, Keith Shepherd1, Riikka Keskinen3, Martti Esala3
1World Agroforestry Centre, Kenya, 2Institute of Plant Production and Agroecology in the Tropics and Subtropics, University of Hohenheim, Germany, 3MTT Agrifood Research Finland, Plant Production Research, Finland
Incorporating adult learning principles in an intervention implementation. Experiences from an Iron Deficiency (ID) education program in Ghana.
Brenda Abu*1, Vernon Louw2, Jacques Raubenheimer3, Louise van den Berg1
1Department of Nutrition and Dietetics,Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Free State, South Africa, 2Division Clinical Haematology, Department of Internal Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, South Africa, 3Department of Biotatistics, University of the Free State, South Africa
Poster
Household food processing methods to enhance iron and zinc bioavailability in formulated haricot bean and maize complementary food
Getenesh Berhanu*1, Addisalem Mesfin1, Afework Kebebu1, Carol Henery2, Susan Whiting2
1Hawassa Univesity, Ethiopia, 2University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Risk-benefit models for food fortification with micronutrients
Maaike Bruins*1,2, Klaus Kraemer2
1DSM Biotechnology Center, The Netherlands, 2Sight and Life, Switzerland
Composition, acceptability, and use of fortfied supplementary food for the management of moderate and acute malnutrition (MAM) in the Philippines
Mario Capanzana*, Joyce Tobias, Trinidad Archangel, Charlie Adona, Abbie Pedrones
Food and Nutrition Research Institute, Dept of Science and Tecnology, The Philippines
Poster
FORMULATION OF A COMPLEMENTARY FOOD FORTIFIED WITH BROAD-BEANS (Vicia faba) IN SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA
Afework Kebebu Gebrie*1, Susan J Whiting2, Kebede Abegaz Ali1, Carol J Henery2, Wendy J. Dahl3
1Hawassa University, Ethiopia, 2University of Saskatchewn, Canada, 3Foreign Afairs Traide and Development Canada/IDRC, Canada
Assessment of Iron Bioavailability and Iron Biofortification of Staple Food Crops:  Guiding the Breeding Approach with In Vitro and In Vivo Screening Tools
Raymond Glahn*1,2, Elad Tako1,2
1USDA, USA, 2Cornell University, USA
The impact of germination and soaking on reduction of phytate and tannin in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.): Review
Hiwot Haileslassie*, Carol Henry, Robert Tyler
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Addition of zinc to soaking water during parboiling increases the zinc content of Bangladeshi rice
Christine Hotz*1, Kandakar Kabir2, Sharifa Dipti3, Joanne Arsenault4, Moniruzzaman Bipul5
1Nutridemics, Canada, 2Independent Consultant, Bangladesh, 3Bangladesh Rice Research Institute, Grain Quality and Nutrition Laboratory, Bangladesh, 4University of California, Davis, Program in International and Community Nutrition, USA, 5Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), Agriculture and Nutrition Program, Bangladesh
The prospects of Dacryodes edulis and Persea americana seeds intervention against oxidants.
Hanson Iyawe
Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria
Review on the impact of orange fleshed sweet potato on the reduction of vitamin A deficiency under five years old children and lactating women in Ethiopia
Henok Kurabachew
Hawassa University,School of Nutrition,Food Science and Technology, Ethiopia
Effects of processing, cooking, and storage on β-carotene retention and bioaccessibility in biofortified cassava (Manihot esculenta)
Michael La Frano*1,2, Chenghao Zhu3, Betty Burri1,2
1Nutrition Department, University of California, Davis, USA, 2Western Human Nutrition Research Center, USDA, USA, 3Food Science and Technology Department, University of California, Davis, USA
Improving Iron-Folic Acid and Calcium Supplementation Compliance through Counseling, Reminder Cards, and Cell Phone Messages in Kenya
Evelyn Matiri*1, Erika Pied1, Olivia Velez2, David Cantor2, Rae Galloway1
1PATH, USA, 2ICF International, USA
Poster
STUDIES ON THE MICROBIOLOGICAL, NUTRIENT COMPOSITION AND ANTINUTRITIONAL CONTENTS OF FERMENTED MAIZE FLOUR FORTIFIED WITH BAMBARA GROUNDNUT(VIGNA SUBTERRANEA L)
THEODORE MBATA
FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE, Nigeria
Effect of Postharvest Practices (Sorting & De-hulling) on Total Mineral (Ash), Zinc and Iron Contents of Chickpea and Faba bean Flours.
Abadi Gebre Mezgebe*1, Tadesse Fikre Teferra1, Robert Bob Tyler2, Abrehet Fisseha Gebremeskel1
1Hawassa University, Ethiopia, 2University of Sasktachewan, Canada
Poster
Consumer preference on cakes, acceptability and nutritional evaluation of food fortified cakes
ARUNA NARAYANAN*1, SOWMIYA SUNDAR2
1PSG COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE, India, 2ABBOT NUTRITION, India
Biofortified pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum L.) provides more bioavailable iron than standard pearl millet: studies in vivo (Gallus gallus) and an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 model
Elad Tako*1, Binu Cherian2, Raymond Glahn1
1USDA-ARS, Robert W. Holley Center for Agriculture and Health, Cornell University, USA, 2International Food Policy Research Institute, USA
From fertilizer to fork: nourishing the soil for improved production
Christy van Beek*1, Eyasu Elias2, CASCAPE management team n/a3
1WUR, The Netherlands, 2Independent Consultant, Ethiopia, 3CASCAPE project, Ethiopia
Evaluating the effectiveness of a nutrition and agricultural linkages project in Western Kenya:  Design of the Mama SASHA Cohort Study of Vitamin A (COVA)
Amy Webb Girard*1, Frederick Grant4, Haile Okuku4, Victor Akelo1, Rose Wanjala4, Carol Levin2, Donald Cole3, Jan Low4
1Rollins School of Public Health Emory University, USA, 2Department of Global Health, University of Washington, USA, 3Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, Canada, 4International Potato Center, Kenya
Community Level Fortification: Lessons from Projects in Malawi, Senegal and Tanzania
Alison Mildon1,3, Melani O'Leary1, Miriam Yiannakis*2, Naomi Klaas3
1World Vision Canada, Canada, 2World Vision International, Greece, 3Dev Ed International Inc., Canada
Adequate Iodized Salt Supply: A key success factor to impact goiter prevalence rate in highly endemic areas in Ethiopia
Asrat Dibaba*2, Tigist Mamo1, Sisay Sinamo2, Etsub Brhanesillasie1
1World Vision Ethiopia, Ethiopia, 2World Vision International, East Africa Region, Kenya
Public Private Partnerships in Nutrition - Perspectives from India
Rahul Dutta*2, Kalpana Beesabathuni1
1Sight and Life, India, 2Independent Researcher, India
Improving nutrition security through food fortification
Deepti Gulati*, Sankar R
Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, India
Implementing Large-Scale Food Fortification in Tanzania: Lessons Learned
Christina Nyhus Dhillon, Mawuli Sablah, George Kaishozi*
Helen Keller International, Tanzania
Effects of Governance Structures in Ethiopia on Implementation of Nutrition Interventions.
Eileen Kennedy*1, Masresha Tessema2, Aregash Samuel2, Tarik Kassaye1, Habtamu Fekadu3, Tesfaye Hailu2, Tsehay Assefa2, Desalegn Kuche2, Girmay Ayana2, Dilnesaw Zerfu2, Tibebu Moges2, Adamu Belaye2, Abinet Tesfaye2
1Tufts University, USA, 2Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute, Ethiopia, 3Save the Children, Ethiopia
Towards a Micronutrient-Rich, Aflatoxin-Free Peanut Value Chain in Ghana: Results of a Comprehensive Assessment
William Masters*1, Shibani Ghosh1, Daniel Sarpong2
1Tufts University, USA, 2University of Ghana, Ghana
Examining Means of Reaching School and Non School Attending Adolescent Girls for Iron Supplementation in Tigray Region, Northern Ethiopia
Afework Mulugeta*1, Kiday H/Silassie1, Masresha Tessema2, Oumer Seid1, Aweke Kebede2, Gebremedhin Kidane1
1Mekele University, Ethiopia, 2Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute, Ethiopia
Poster
Understanding fruit and vegetable consumption: A qualitative investigation in the Mitchells Plain sub-district of Cape Town
Catherine Pereira*1,3, Milla McLachlan1, Jane Battersby2
1Stellenbosch University, South Africa, 2University of Cape Town, South Africa, 3JB Consultancy, South Africa
Poster
CHALLENGES AND ENABLING ENVIRONMENTS OF UNIVERSAL SALT IODIZATION IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA COUNTRIES
Juliawati Untoro*, Noel Marie Zagre
UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office, Kenya
Evolution of Foods in Europe: Novel Foods, Foods Reformulation, Food Fortification and Nutrient Profiles
Hans Verhagen1,2
1National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), The Netherlands, 2University of Ulster, UK
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