Photo of a family smiling at the camera.
May 2018
SPRING findings helped catalyze efforts of the National Anaemia Working group.
A graphic representation of a woman cleaning a yard of animal feces, disposing of the feces responsibly, and washing her hands with a tippy tap.
Jan 2018
SPRING co-facilitated a session on implementation science with GAIN and the Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition at GWU’s Global Health MiniU in September 2017.
Around 30 meeting participants stand on a set of stairs and smile at the camera.
Nov 2017
With Sierra Leonean leaders, SPRING participated in the strategy validation meeting to obtain feedback from stakeholders and validate the prioritized actions.
A group of artists gathers around the trainer who is demonstrating how to trace an image.
Nov 2017
This workshop provided guidance on developing high-quality visuals for partner organizations in Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Orientation participant looking at a SPRING infographic
Feb 2017
SPRING led a nutrition sensitive agriculture orientation for consortium organization managers from the EAIN project in Sierra Leone.
DFN representative giving a welcome speech at the learning event
Dec 2016
SPRING/Sierra Leone and HKI hosted an event to share findings from a barrier analysis, an adapted value chain analysis of fish and pumpkin consumption, and an assessment on infant feeding and hygiene...
Sierra Leone Launches Multi-sectoral Anemia Working Group
Apr 2016
SPRING attended Sierra Leone’s inaugural meeting of the national anemia working group, a multi-sectoral approach to anemia policy and programs.
MSN-GLEE banner
Jan 2016
Multi-Sectoral Global Learning and Evidence Exchange, West Africa shares research and experience in multi-sectoral nutrition programming.
Screen Capture of the Sierra Leone Micronutrient Survey Cover
Jan 2016
SPRING attended the release of Sierra Leone’s micronutrient survey, which found that iron may be only a minor cause of the country's high anemia prevalence.
SPRING Partners with Peace Corps to Provide Nutrition Training in West Africa
Apr 2013
SPRING is collaborating with the United States Peace Corps’ Office of Program and Training Support, the West Africa Food Security Partnership (WAFSP).