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

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Filming a group of women practicing healthy food preparation
Community members gather to watch a short skit on nutrition and hygiene best practices created by community members.
Members of a hygiene monitoring unit in Keur Socé, in Kaolack Department work on their action-plan to for how they will monitor hygiene in their communities.
A grandmother speaks with RIP FM radio about what she learned during a video dissemination about complementary feeding, and why she encouraged her son to join her at the screening.
A father feeds his daughter mashed mango.
 Adolescent girls aged 12-17 review illustrations conveying information on dietary diversity during concept testing for nutrition and hygiene activities included in a training package geared towards OVCs.
Women and children sitting outside
Teams from the training practice what they learn by making a test video on making peanut butter.
Photo of women meeting together outside
Three people doing an assessment
A community worker trains a group of people
A community activist meets with a group of people
FNS participants receive a cooking demonstration about incorporating nutrient rich foods like squash and okra.
SPRING staff conducts a defecation mapping exercise as part of the CLTS triggering process in a village in Koro in September 2015
The SPRING/Ghana 1,000 Day Household Approach
Woman, man, and baby stand outside a hut with a tippy tap
Children washing hands
Health care workers practice using counseling cards during training. Source: Nicole Racine, SPRING.
VHTs from Great Mothers campaign
girl demonstrating use of tippy tap
Farmer field school