Below you will find publications and additional material regarding Project Healthy Children, Sanku, and our mass and small-scale fortification efforts around the world.



Lunthringer CL, Rowe LA, Vossenaar M, Garrett GS. Regulatory Monitoring of Fortified Foods: Identifying Barriers and Good PracticesGlobal Health: Science and Practice 2015.


Rowe LA, Dodson DM. Addressing micronutrient malnutrition in urban settings.  Innovating for Healthy Urbanization (Springer). Burke, Ahn, and Mcgahan, (eds). August 2015.


Rowe LA. Food Fortification: Improving Maternal Health and Beyond. SupplySide Boardroom Journal: Insight through the value chain. March 2015(12).


Rowe LA, Dodson DM. A knowledge-to-action approach to food fortification: how sovereign governments, national alliances, industry, and non-profit can quickly implement comprehensive food fortification programs. Health 2012;10;4:904-909.


Brooks N, Rowe L, Dodson D. Fortification Rapid Assessment Tool or expenditure‐based approximation: Assessing consumption to inform fortification program design: experiences in Rwanda, Honduras, Liberia. Newton, MA: Project Healthy Children. USAID Academy for Education Development A2Z Project white paper publication 2011.



Additional Material

Project Healthy Children


Fortification Monitoring as a Lynchpin to Success


Bringing Food Fortification to Rural Village-Mills


Addressing the Challenges of Small-Scale Fortification