How we work
We support and strengthen national iodine nutrition programs through review, guidance, technical support, and communication
We work in partnership to draw global and national attention to the problem and leverage resources to ensure programs are sustainable and equitable
We find innovative ways to improve programs and protect progress through better use of data
We work with leading research organizations to learn more about iodine deficiency and make programs more effective
Our small team and low administrative costs allow most of our funding to go directly to programs
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The ICCIDD Global Network is formed from consolidation of ICCIDD and the Network for Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency, creating a powerful new alliance to assist countries in reaching the goal of sustained elimination of IDD.