SPRING Highlights

Hon. Dr. Moriku Joyce, the State Minister of Primary Health Care recognizes Moses Ssebale a SPRING representative during the national breastfeeding celebrations. SPRING played a critical role to organize the function.

SPRING/Uganda Celebrates World Breastfeeding Week 2016

The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) called for raising awareness of the links between breastfeeding and the Sustainable Development goals.
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Diane interviews at Capital FM

SPRING/Uganda Takes the Mic

Ugandan radio station Capital FM 91.3 interviewed SPRING about their promotion of micronutrient powders (MNPs). Click on the link below to learn about and listen to the various ways that SPRING has been raising awareness about MNPs in Uganda.
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Rani sits in her garden

Rani's School of Nutrition

SPRING/Bangladesh has pioneered an innovative, community-focused approach to tackling malnutrition in rural Bangladesh through its Farmer Nutrition School work. These schools provide pregnant and lactating women with the knowledge and skills to take control of their family's health and nutrition.

Read one community's story through this recently released USAID Exposure story.
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A caregiver sharing her experience on how she successfully exclusively breastfed her twins.

SPRING/Nigeria Celebrates World Breastfeeding Week 2016 with Press Briefing

SPRING collaborated with the FCT Primary Health Care Development Board to commemorate World Breastfeeding Week with a press briefing.
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Evidence-based. Country-led. Results-driven. Improving lives through better nutrition.

Country Highlights

SPRING’s work in Senegal aims to deliver both nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive agriculture interventions that complement and reinforce one another in five regions of the country.

Resource Review

A selection of materials to help you keep on top of developments from across SPRING’s technical areas.

Featured Publications

Use SPRING's publications to learn about evidence, best practices, and policies for improving nutrition.