“PROVIDING CHILDREN WITH A FAIR CHANCE AT LIFE IS THE MOST MEANINGFUL CONTRIBUTION WE CAN MAKE.”

SPENCER KIRK, MANAGING DIRECTOR

More pregnant women worldwide must have access to vital prenatal vitamins.

To achieve that goal, we will focus on three key objectives:

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Strengthen the supply chain for multiple micronutrient supplements (MMS) by providing World Health Organization recommended prenatal vitamins, free of charge, and support for partners who implement high-quality maternal and child health programs in developing countries.

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Strengthen the supply chain for multiple micronutrient supplements (MMS) by providing World Health Organization recommended prenatal vitamins, free of charge, and support for partners who implement high-quality maternal and child health programs in developing countries.

2

Support research to generate the evidence needed to convince governments and other decision makers that prenatal vitamins are both more effective than iron and folic acid alone, and more cost-effective in saving lives and increasing health benefits.

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Support research to generate the evidence needed to convince governments and other decision makers that prenatal vitamins are both more effective than iron and folic acid alone, and more cost-effective in saving lives and increasing health benefits.

3

Educate our implementing partners and the governments of developing countries on the urgent need to incorporate prenatal vitamins into maternal health programs – and advocate for making universal access a priority.

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Educate our implementing partners and the governments of developing countries on the urgent need to incorporate prenatal vitamins into maternal health programs – and advocate for making universal access a priority.

By increasing the availability of prenatal vitamins, supporting demand generation through evidence and research, and educating government officials – accomplishing those three objectives, more pregnant women worldwide will have access to vital prenatal vitamins.

The dissemination of micronutrients is a cornerstone strategy to conquering the woes of acute malnutrition.

The World Health Organization & UNICEF

The dissemination of micronutrients is a cornerstone strategy to conquering the woes of acute malnutrition.

The World Health Organization & UNICEF

Kirk Humanitarian has supported, or currently supports, micronutrient distribution programs in over 80 countries.

GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF FREE PRENATAL VITAMINS

Kirk Humanitarian provides prenatal vitamins, containing 15 essential micronutrients, formulated according to the WHO/UNICEF UNIMMAP specifications. All Kirk Humanitarian multiple micronutrient supplements (MMS) are produced in the U.S. in compliance with FDA standards and exceed the quality pharmaceutical grade formulation standards approved by international health organizations.

KIRK HUMANITARIAN IS A 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION

Our mission is to provide World Health Organization recommended multiple micronutrient supplements (MMS) to at-risk women living in the most underdeveloped areas of the world.

Our prenatal vitamins are available for distribution by any NGO that meets our maternal health program criteria. The vitamins are ultimately delivered to impoverished countries, after which they are disseminated to pregnant women and those planning to become pregnant.