SPRING supervises the collection of data from 1,600 individuals to provide guidance for implementation of micronutrient powder (MNP) programs.
SPRING/Senegal organized a two-day workshop on improved village-level poultry rearing for members of its agricultural partner networks.
Deputy Mission Director Nathan Park visited SPRING activity sites in Kok-Jangak rayon, where he participated in a training on home-based storage of nutritious foods, and joined a home visit to counsel a family on the importance of appropriate complementary feeding.
SPRING/Sierra Leone Supports Early Use of Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture in Project Planning through Orientation with EAIN Managers
SPRING led a nutrition sensitive agriculture orientation for consortium organization managers from the EAIN project in Sierra Leone.
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.