SPRING Highlights

The SPRING Pathways to Better Nutrition Case Study Team in Nepal

SPRING Kicks Off Prospective Case Study in Nepal

SPRING has recently completed baseline data collection on their “Pathways to Better Nutrition” case study in Nepal, with a series of in-country interviews of key stakeholders.
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SPRING organized field visits to a health facility and a community where participants received hands-on experience forming support groups and conducting group counseling

Training of Coaches on Community Infant and Young Child Feeding in Nigeria

SPRING/Nigeria organized a five-day training of coaches to sensitize civil society organization staff and local government officials about community infant and young child feeding.
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Cross section of participants in the F-IYCF training

Building Health Worker Capacity to Optimize Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices in Nigeria

SPRING/Nigeria organized a five-day facility-based IYCF training to strengthen the capacity of health workers in secondary and tertiary health facilities in Otukpo, Benue State.
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Maximizing Nutrition Impact through Feed the Future

Bringing Nutrition to the Feed the Future Global Forum

SPRING sees plenty of opportunity to link agriculture and nutrition—even if there’s “no silver bullet”.
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USAID Multisectoral Nutrition Strategy

USAID Releases its Multi-sectoral Nutrition Strategy 2014-2025

Through the U.S. Government’s Feed the Future and Global Health initiatives, the Office of Food for Peace development programs, resilience efforts, and other nutrition investments, USAID aims to reduce chronic malnutrition by 20 percent by 2025.
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Country Highlights


SPRING’s work in the Sahel centers around supporting the Sahel–Enhanced Resilience (REGIS-ER) Project to increase the resilience of chronically-vulnerable populations in agro-pastoral and marginal agriculture livelihood zones in Niger and Burkina Faso, as part of USAID’s Resilience in the Sahel...

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