Micronutrient Forum 5th Global Conference 2020: CONNECTED

The Micronutrient Forum is announcing that the 5th Global Conference will now be virtual and CONNECTED. CONNECTED means both the digital nature of the event and the chance to collaborate and connect on the conference digital platform.

Event details

09 Nov - 13 Nov 2020
Micronutrient Forum

Micronutrient Forum will make this one of the best virtual events with the same strong programming, engaged attendees and interactive opportunities. A combination of live and on-demand sessions, delivered over a longer period of time with opportunities for virtual interaction among delegates, sponsors and speakers.


Micronutrients are at the heart of the potential of food systems to deliver optimal health. Food systems are at the heart of determining what people eat. The Micronutrient Forum 5th Global Conference will cover the broad spectrum of micronutrients – research, efficacy and safety, implementation and the policy and enabling environment. In addition, the conference will take a deep dive into how micronutrients might be optimized and protected within food systems. The Micronutrient Forum is striving to ensure greater participation from the agriculture, manufacturing, processing and distribution, retail and culinary sectors, to widen the conversation and drive multi-sectoral innovation towards sustainable solutions. The Micronutrient Forum 5th Conference provides the opportunity for sharing new micronutrient research with a diverse audience across four focused tracks.

  1. Micronutrient Biology and Status Assessment, with the following objective: The biology of micronutrient nutrition and status assessment.
  2. Efficacy and Safety of Micronutrient Interventions, with the following objective: The efficacy and safety of micronutrient interventions on micronutrient intake, status and related functional outcomes.
  3. Program Effectiveness, with the following objective: Bridging the gap between evidence and implementation to optimize the scale-up of micronutrient interventions.
  4. Designing Enabling Environments for Micronutrients, with the following objective: Engaging new actors and building new alliances, and expanding the field of view to include global, regional and national policy considerations, financing, innovative partnerships, climate change, communications, social marketing and advocacy.

For more information and registration, please visit the website.