For Program Partners
Vitamin Angels provides a variety of resources to support programs for women and children, including vitamin A supplementation and deworming (VAS+D), multiple micronutrient supplements for pregnant women (MMS), and support tools for service delivery and reporting.
The Program Partner Process
Set your organization up for success in the grant application process by taking the time to prepare. First, review our eligibility criteria. Next, determine the need in the communities you serve and coordinate with your government or local health center to avoid duplication. Then, it’s time to submit a grant application.
Congratulations on becoming a program partner! Here you will find information on how to integrate nutrition interventions into your programs in a way that works for your community, plus resources and training materials to help you distribute them safely and effectively.
Our team takes pride in building strong, lasting partnerships. We regularly check in with our partners to see how distributions are going, address any issues, and assess your inventory. Find support tools, our Annual Reporting form, and details on how to renew a grant.
Access Vitamin Angels’ Learning & Implementation Resources
We provide a variety of tools to help your organization deliver our nutrition interventions according to international best practices. We offer comprehensive training in various formats to meet your needs from eLearning on your smartphone to instructor-led courses. Additionally, you can find a wide range of support tools including instruction sheets, posters, instructional videos, job aids, and record keeping templates.
It’s about affordable access to quality care for all. We are continually looking for ways to partner, to leverage our resources, to invest and expand, to meet the growing need. The partnership with Vitamin Angels is a perfect example. Being able to provide prenatal vitamins to [pregnant women] either while they’re hoping to become pregnant or while pregnant is just so fundamentally key to their health.Mitzi Moran, CEO, Sunrise Community Health
Program Partner, Colorado, USA