SGG launched a program for a time period of six years to help reduce malnutrition among Palestinian children under the age of 6 years. In a 2013 study, the World Health Organization (WHO) found that over 80% of children in Gaza suffered anemia. As a result, SGG laboratories, in cooperation with international nutritionists lead by the international expert Omar Dari, conducted experiments on a fortified wafer named Kanz. Kanz Wafer is fortified with minerals and vitamins essential for the growth of children at different stages in their life. We started with 2,000 children, and by the end of the project, we were able to reach over 20,000 children. The Palestinian Ministry of Health supervised the project, along with Dr. Muna Abu Ramadan who implemented the project in the Gaza Strip. Several organizations such as ANERA, W.F.P, Islamic Development Bank, and the Ministry of Education helped SGG distribute the wafer among Palestinian children in the West Bank and Gaza. The project proved to be a success after tests showed that there was an increase in hemoglobin levels, from 9 before the project, to a level as high as 14 in some cases after the completion of the project. SGG is still supplying organizations working with children such as Ard Al Insan in Gaza with the fortified wafer. We are also still receiving offers to export our fortified wafer. Today we have three different products fortified in vitamins and minerals under the names: Kanz Wafer, Zad Wafer and Vitababy Biscuits for toddlers.