In workshops, district officials used SPRING's District Assessment Tool for Anemia to learn about the multi-sectoral nature of anemia in their districts and to prioritize key actionable activities to reduce anemia.
SPRING/Guinea and Farm Radio International Conduct a Community Radio Assessment to Support Partnerships for Nutrition
SPRING/Guinea and FRI conducted an assessment to develop an interactive rural radio strategy that the SMARTE project can use to encourage nutrition-sensitive and specific practices.
SPRING/Ghana is promoting the cultivation and consumption of OFSP and fortified maize as a way of improving vitamin A consumption among 1,000 day households.
Gwyneth Cotes and Sascha Lamstein to share SPRING’s work at the Institutionalizing Community Health Conference 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Evidence-based. Country-led. Results-driven. Improving lives through better nutrition.
SPRING’s work in the Kyrgyz Republic aims to reduce stunting through evidence-based interventions with a clear pathway to national scale-up. This will be achieved by improving nutrition-related behaviors at the household level while also building capacity at the national level in support of...
A selection of materials to help you keep on top of developments from across SPRING’s technical areas.
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