• Building Programs for Sustainable Impact

    © Vitamin Angels – Mia Collis My entire career I’ve worked to improve health systems — by directly working in them, or by collecting relevant evidence and tools towards this end. When health systems deliver and scale evidence-based nutrition interventions for women and children, the impact on their health and wellness can be incredible. That’s…

  • New Initiative to Get MMS to Mothers in Uganda

    The Initiative to Advance Implementation Science in Nutrition, a collaboration between the Vitamin Angels and the Center for Human Nutrition at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, launched a new program to provide underserved pregnant women with multiple micronutrient supplementation (MMS) to improve maternal and birth outcomes in Uganda. As part of its ongoing collaboration, the Initiative…

  • A Maine Social Service Program Offers Progressive Care to Pregnant People

    Vitamin Angels’ partner, The Opportunity Alliance (TOA), has addressed the issue of houselessness in their programming. Staff often go above and beyond to help pregnant women and their families navigate the complicated formal and informal community services to help families access transitional housing and provide a variety of other services that are customized for each…