Iodine Global Network (IGN)
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Founded with the acronym ICCIDD. Subsequently changed title to International Council for Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (ICCIDD Global Network), when U-XF7159 - Network for Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency (Iodine Network) merged with ICCIDD, 2012.
Be the authoritative voice for iodine nutrition; support and catalyze global and national iodine programmes, working with key public, private, scientific and civic stakeholders, and focusing on universal salt iodization as the most cost-effective and sustainable solution for prevention of iodine deficiency disorders.
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Management Council; Board; Executive. Regions (10): Americas; Western and Central Europe; Eastern Europe and Central Asia; West and Central Africa; Southern Africa; Eastern Africa; Middle East and North Africa; South Asia; China and East Asia; South East Asia and Pacific.
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