SPRING Highlights

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SPRING Assists LEO Project in Guinea Post-Ebola Response Value Chain Analysis

In response to the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, SPRING accompanied LEO to provide a nutrition lens for its value chain assessment fieldwork.
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For World Toilet Day, SPRING Recognizes the Importance of Good Hygiene in Nutrition

Through its WASH activities, SPRING is building awareness of how nutrition and hygiene are connected
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The Government of Uganda Launches the National Advocacy and Communication Strategy

The Government of Uganda has launched the National Advocacy & Communication (NA&C) Strategy developed with SPRING’s support.
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SPRING and Global Partners Harmonize Technical Support in Global Nutrition Budget Analysis

SPRING, R4D, the SUN Secretariat, and other partners develop guidance on budget and expenditure tracking and analysis methodologies.
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Country Highlights

SPRING's work in Rwanda supports the USAID Mission’s Feed the Future portfolio, specifically looking at the Rwanda Dairy Competitiveness Program II (RDCP II) and the Integrated Improved Livelihoods Program (IILP). These two programs are grounded in the assumption that value chain and livelihoods...

Resource Review

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

SPRING Activities

SPRING plans, implements, and evaluates activities across a range of global nutrition topics. Selected activities from our programs are highlighted below.

New Publications

Use SPRING's publications to learn about evidence, best practices, and policies for improving nutrition.
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Series | September 2015
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Reports | September 2014