A profile of Sanku-Project Healthy Children (PHC) was recently featured in BORGEN Magazine describing how our organization recognized the unmet needs in rural areas worldwide and created a small-scale fortification solution that introduces nutrition technology in rural flour mills.
Sanku’s dosifier technology adds essential nutrients during the flour milling process. This innovative technology provides precise amounts of nutrients to each bag of flour at low costs globally, especially for remote areas where one flour mill may be feeding an entire community. Some of the micronutrients that we fortify flour with include: zinc, folic acid, iron and B12.
Sanku utilizes a cellular link to monitor the miller’s dosifier and be aware of repairs or restocks needed for each flour miller. Recent improvements to the dosifier allows Sanku to reach a wider audience of rural communities at once.
Read Project Healthy Children Introduces Nutrition Technology at BORGEN Magazine
BORGEN Magazine is produced by The Borgen Project, an influential humanitarian organization working to make global poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy.