Who we are

SEAChange – Sustainable Evidence-based Actions for Change – is an initiative supported by DSM and its Nutrition Improvement Program in Asia Pacific.

About DSM’s Nutrition Improvement Programme (NIP)

Malnutrition and specifically micronutrient malnutrition (known as hidden hunger) present some of the biggest barriers to unlocking human potential, and ultimately sustainable development. High-quality nutrition is the critical key to effectively address this global issue because without this, children and adults will never reach and perform at their full physical and cognitive potential. This is devastating on individuals, families, communities and society as a whole.

DSM’s Nutrition Improvement Program is the partner of choice in the development and provision of high quality, affordable and accessible nutritional products and solutions that fight hidden hunger and have a proven public health impact on populations at risk of, or affected by, malnutrition.

More information can be found on www.nutritionimprovement.com.

Previous Participants of SEAChange

A*Star, Biomedical Research Council
Ajinomoto Co. Inc
Indonesian Food and Nutrition Society
Economic Development Board Singapore
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Food and Nutrition Research Institute – Department of Science and Technology, Philippines
German International Cooperation
Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
Indonesian Nutrition Foundation for Food Fortification
International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh
International Finance Corporation
LGT Venture Philanthropy
Ministry of Health Sri Lanka
Ministry of Industries, Bangladesh
Ministry of Planning, Cambodia
Muhammadiyah Indonesia
National Food Promotion Board Sri Lanka
National Nutrition Centre Myanmar
National Nutrition Council Philippines
National University of Singapore
Nutrition Center of the Philippines
PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk
Sight and Life
State Ministry of National Development Planning / BAPPENAS, Indonesia
SUN Business Network
Tata Trusts
Tetra Pak South East Asia
The Micronutrient Initiative
World Food Program
United Laboratories Inc
University of Washington