Intergovernmental Institution for the Use of Micro-Algae Spirulina Against Malnutrition

Intergovernmental Observer to the United Nations Economic and Social Council Under ECOSOC Resolution 2003/212 Dated 5th of March 2003.
Designated by the United Nations Economic & Social Council Under Rule 79 of the Council’s Rules and Procedures.

IN SUPPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM FOR A BETTER WORLD AND THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 2015 - 2030

Zambia, where AFF currently concentrates its project, is only the start. Once we establish a successful case in Zambia, AFF plans to expand the effect to neighboring countries in Africa as well.
African map showing Zambia
1st Phase
Select the project country

Request support to the partner company

Receive spirulina from the partner company

Send student volunteers to Zambia

Distribute spirulina to local residents
2nd Phase
Receive permissions to conduct the spirulina project from corresponding government institutions

Distribute spirulina to target population

Test spirulina efficacy to malnourished children

Start local spirulina production

Commercialization
timeline for Zambia project

– DIC Corporation: the world largest Spirulina producer (Japan) – Programme
Against Malnutrition (PAM): a NGO fights against malnutrition (Zambia) – DK
Foods Zambia Limited: A food processing company (Zambia)
Source: DIC Lifetech Co., Ltd Website, Spirulina Bio-Lab Co., Ltd

Photo of hungry child helped by IIMSAM "THERE ARE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD SO HUNGRY THAT GOD CANNOT APPEAR TO THEM EXCEPT IN THE FORM OF BREAD."

-Mahatma Gandhi