have some jaggery juice with splash of lemon juice it is full of iron
I have two beautiful children that do not have anemia problems what-so-ever.
When they were little that was not the case. Instead of fighting with them to take vitamins or supplements, I took a different approach. I bought cast iron cookware. My grand-mother and mother(and now myself) all cook with cast iron and do not have any anemia problems with anyone in our families. It's simple enough, you get trace amounts of iron that are absorbable, unlike the metal shavings you get in most of your food. (Drown a bowl of iron fortified cereal until soggy and run magnet through it. You might be surprised!)
Breast milk provides iron that can help with anemia, so breast feed infants if this is the source of the illness.
Have the child eat foods with plenty of iron, such as beans, almonds, and whole grain products.
Have the child get plenty of vitamin C to increase his or her ability to absorb the iron. Vitamin C rich foods include broccoli, green peppers, and citrus fruits.
Have the child eat dried fruit, as they contain concentrated minerals such as iron. Especially have the child eat apricots, figs, and raisins.
Cook food in a cast iron skillet to increase the iron content of foods, especially when cooking acid rich foods, such as tomatoes.