Sanku is a non-profit organisation that reaches out to communities vulnerable to malnutrition by equipping and incentivising small-scale, local millers to fortify their flour with innovative technology, as well as adding micronutrients that are scientifically proven to improve health and vitality in the food Africans eat the most.

With 150 of their fortification machines currently installed in flourmills across five East African countries, Sanku is now impacting the lives of almost one million people by providing them with a safer and healthier source of food. Plans to scale up and broaden its reach and scope are also in place, as they work towards the ambitious vision to end malnutrition in Africa.