The SPRING Project ended in September 2018. This website provides an archive of SPRING's publications, tools, news, and other materials.
Adolescent Nutrition CALL TO ACTION: Better Data Now to Drive Better Policies and Programs in the Future
Participants call on the international community to continue to raise awareness, encourage a coordinated and collective response, and prioritize specific actions that will generate the knowledge and data needed to improve adolescent nutrition.
On June 22, 2018, the USAID-funded SPRING project in the Kyrgyz Republic hosted an event in Bishkek to share important lessons and accomplishments of the project from 2014 to 2018.
SPRING participated in the CORE Group Global Health Practitioner Conference, delivering a presentation on engaging men for improved nutrition, and sharing research on hemoglobin measurement through song.
SPRING staff traveled to Nusa Dua, Indonesia to present on SPRING’s work in nutrition social and behavior change and to build skills among practitioners at the 2018 International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit.
Evidence-based. Country-led. Results-driven. Improving lives through better nutrition.
SPRING’s primary goal in Guinea is to contribute to improving dietary diversity among households with pregnant and lactating women and children under the age of two in Faranah prefecture, the program’s target area. SPRING will be supporting the overarching Feed the Future objectives of improving...
A selection of materials to help you keep on top of developments from across SPRING’s technical areas.