SPRING/Ghana hosted a learning event to share important lessons and celebrate accomplishments in improving maternal and child nutrition in the country from 2014-2017.
On October 4, 2017, SPRING is hosting a learning event to share key lessons learned and results achieved with our partners over the past six years, along with a wide range of tools developed to strengthen evidence-based nutrition programming.
As SPRING closes its program in Guinea, key partners from the governmental and non-governmental sectors were invited to learn more about the program’s successes and legacy.
The IYCF Image Bank is a repository of high-quality illustrations on infant and young child feeding that can be used and adapted for nutrition social and behavior change (SBC) efforts worldwide.
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SPRING’s work in Nigeria aimed to reduce maternal and child undernutrition and improve HIV-free survival of infants and young children. In particular, SPRING/Nigeria contributed to improved nutrition care practices and improved access to quality services. The SPRING/Nigeria approach focused on the...
A selection of materials to help you keep on top of developments from across SPRING’s technical areas.
Training Materials | July 2013
Reports | August 2017