Kigoma is among 5 regions in Tanzania with high rates of malnutrition and stunting growth. The rate of stunting growth in Kigoma is 38 percent while the rate of deficiency of vitamin A is 39 percent among children under the age of five. Deficiency of Iron/zinc and vitamin A is collectively called hidden hunger. Bio-fortified food products such as vitamin A orange fleshed sweet potato, high iron beans and pro-vitamin A maize help reduce hidden hunger among women in reproductive age and children under the age of 5 years. The value added products such as crispy sweet potato chips, flour,biscuit and beans need to reach the local communities despite the existence of the pandemic,COVID-19. The authorities in Tanzania has confirmed 254 COVID-19 cases from 40 in the last five days. This fast increase of the cases have caused anxiety among the people that they may forget other important issues such as combating hidden hunger through the use of bio-fortified products. The reduced products in the markets, fast buying of products and lack of proper communications with service products make availability and utilization of bio-fortified food products at risk. There are agents of change who were identfied by the project called Building Nutritios Food Baskets (BNFB) which was funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (2015-2018) and Implemented by International Potato Centre in Tanzania and Nigeria. The initiatives to combat hidden hunger can be done by agents of change (entrepreneurs, farmers and value addition stakeholders), companies and NGOs.