Field Partner Resources

Field Partner Resources

The following resources are for Field Partners to use when educating service providers, stakeholders, and beneficiaries about the benefits of vitamin A supplementation and deworming (VAS+D) and prenatal multivitamins and how to best distribute them. Field Partners are welcome to download and print any of the documents below. Please note that Vitamin Angels can only provide a limited number of hard copies with your grant shipment.

International Program Materials

The following resources are targeted for Field Partners working outside of the US and Canada.

Vitamin A and Deworming (VAS+D)

Prenatal Multivitamins

 

  • Brochures for Beneficiaries – This brochure outlines the importance of good nutrition during pregnancy. It also provides a calendar to help women keep track of taking their daily multivitamin. 
  • Fact Sheet – This fact sheet summarizes the research on multiple micronutrient supplements (MMS) for pregnant women as well as addresses frequently asked questions.  

Nutrition Counseling Resources - Educational Videos for Infant & Young Child Feeding

  • Infant and Young Child Feeding – These short and engaging videos provide a simple and effective solution to help health workers and care givers gain the knowledge and basic skills involving infant and young child feeding, including breastfeeding and nutrition.  Videos are available in multiple languages and more languages are always being added.  These videos are part of a series of health videos from Global Health Media and UNICEF

 

Download Full Kit - Quick link to download the full kit. Not all materials are available in all languages, although we are always working to add more! To supplement any missing materials, download the English folder for a complete kit.

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If you're interested in resources for vitamin A only,

The following resources are for organizations who are interested in taking the vitamin A only eLearning course and would like additional resources for their organizations.

  • VAS Visual Checklist –  All service providers who deliver VAS should have this resource. The purpose of the visual checklist is that it can be used as a job aid to help service providers who are delivering VAS and those who are coaching others to provide VAS.  This is a picture version of VAS performance checklist.
     
  • VAS Performance Checklist – This details the 39 steps on how to deliver VAS according to international best practices.

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If you're interested in resources for deworming only,

The following resources are for organizations who are interested in taking the deworming only eLearning course and would like additional resources for their organizations.

  • Deworming Visual Checklist – All service providers who deliver deworming should have this resource. The purpose of the visual checklist is that it can be used as a job aid to help service providers who are delivering deworming and those who are coaching others to provide deworming.  This is a picture version of deworming performance checklist.
  • Deworming Performance Checklist – This details the 39 steps on how to deliver deworming according to international best practices.

US/Canada Program Materials

The following resources are targeted for Field Partners working in the US or Canada.

 

Resources for Field Partner Reference

  • How to Give Multivitamins to Pregnant Women – This instruction sheet describes why and how to give multivitamins to pregnant women.

Educational Materials Available for Distribution

Contact your Program Manager or email domesticprograms@vitaminangels.org to request hard copies of the following educational materials:

  • Brochures for Beneficiaries – This brochure outlines the importance of good nutrition during pregnancy. It also provides a calendar to help women keep track of taking their daily multivitamin.
  • Posters for your Center - The poster is designed to be displayed at distribution sites and illustrate a comprehensive approach to nutrition that includes supplementation, healthy foods, and breastfeeding practices.
  • Magnets – This magnet can be distributed to your beneficiaries to provide a visual reminder to take their daily prenatal multivitamins.
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