Requires pills dispensed at age 6, 12, and 18 months.
|Project||Cost||Real world outcome||Outcome estimates||Economic value in Western terms|
|Vitamin A supplementation||$36-1,200m/year||prevent 0.63m DALY/year (WHO Global Burden of Disease 2004)||cost $0.14-4.61/child/year for 2 years (Cost-Effectiveness of Micronutrient Interventions); apply across global 130m births/yr||$57b/year|
Note, we may not be capturing the full costs because Vitamin A deficiency is also possibly a problem during pregnancy.
50 - 1,500