HF-TAG is a community of stakeholders involved in home fortification comprised of members from the public, private, academic and non-governmental organization sectors

Our Mission

Provide leadership by advocating and supporting well designed and effective home fortification interventions at scale for children and women, based on sound technical guidance and best practices.

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Save the Date:

Sunday October 23, 2016

5:30 - 7:00 pm, Cancun, Mexico


The Home Fortification Technical Advisory Group will be holding a special symposium preceding the Micronutrient Forum Global Conference taking place in Cancun, Mexico 24-28 October 2016.

We invite you to join us for a special symposium entitled:

The Home Fortification Technical Advisory Group (HF-TAG): Identifying Gaps, Challenges and Innovative Solutions in Program Planning, Implementation and Monitoring for 2016-2020.

The symposium will demonstrate how lead organizational members of the HF-TAG, including UNICEF, WFP, UCDavis, Sight and Life, CDC, The Hospital for Sick Children, and GAIN are working together to provide guidance and technical assistance to policy makers, implementers and practitioners of home fortification programs. Leaders from these organizations, along with panelists, will speak on topics specific to addressing current gaps and challenges in program planning, implementation and monitoring that will help support the successful scaling up of home fortification programs in the years ahead from 2016-2020.

The symposium will take place at the Cancun Convention Center, Cozumel 2 Room on Sunday October 23, 2016, 5:30 - 7:00 pm.

We look forward to your attendance!

Home Fortification Activities Worldwide

HF-TAG aims to track home fortification projects around the world

10National Programs

32Sub-National Programs

HF-TAG aims to track home fortification projects around the world. This map shows the the number of current home fortification projects we are aware of, by region. The counters indicate the number of countries with home fortification programs or activities on a national level as well as the number of countries with home fortification programs or activities at sub-national level. Previous programs that are no longer ongoing as well as research activities are not captured in this count.

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