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Photo of two boys.
Videos | Jul 2018
Two community volunteers impersonate two babies as they perform a skit about the importance of appropriate complementary feeding.
Galleries | Jun 2018
Thumbnail of the infographic - see PDF for details.
Infographics | Jun 2018
Participants listen to SPRING’s findings on the current status of maize milling.
Galleries | Nov 2017
Photo: Goretti Kyebajia, a health facility staff from Namutumba district, reviews the MNP materials.
Galleries | Nov 2017
Two women sit and talk. One woman holds a packet of micronutrient powder and explains its benefits to the other woman.
Videos | Nov 2017
Student highlighted in red to depict prevalence of anemia among students
Videos | Nov 2017
A table with stacks of copies of the DATA tool materials.
Videos | Oct 2017
Ziba Dokurugu, SPRING Agriculture Advisor, explaining our aflatoxin management work with Farmer Field Schools to visitors at the agriculture table at the event
Galleries | Oct 2017
First page of the infographic - see PDF for contents
Infographics | Oct 2017
Discussing district data at the DATA training of trainers
Videos | Oct 2017
Katoto tells a street vendor that eating a rolex made with fortified wheat and cooking oil is one way for customers to get essential nutrients like iron, zinc, and vitamin A.
Videos | Aug 2017
Anemia infographic. Images: graphics representing the 3 stages - assess, prioritize, coordinate. Title: Act to Reduce Anemia, Summary: Anemia is a widespread public health problem with many causes—reducing its prevalence improves the health and economic development of families and nations. Countries can take the following actions to address their specific anemia situation. Text: ASSESS THE SITUATION Anemia has many causes, such as infections, micronutrient deficiencies, inflammation, and genetic disorders.
Infographics | Jul 2017
A woman sits on the ground with a hut in the background. She leans over and focuses intently on her baby whom she is attempting to feed. The baby is more interested in the camera than in the food. The overlay text says: How can we reduce anemia? Governments and communities must work together to implement tailored solutions that address the many causes of anemia.
Infographics | Jul 2017
Thomas Okoth and Justine Nabuuma of Uganda Industrial Research Institute (UIRI) perform an iron spot test on maize flour, to establish if the flour with the fortification logo is actually fortified.
Galleries | May 2017
Salima Muyodi a VHT teaches mothers and caretakers about MNP. MNP are an effective intervention for decreasing anemia in young children, but getting the benefits requires regular use of MNP from age 6 to 23 months.
Galleries | Apr 2017
The "F" logo
Audio Clips | Feb 2017
Felix Broxchurch, the president of the Sanku project in Tanzania, explaining the unique features of the equipment.
Galleries | Jan 2017
Elaine Gray and Purushottam Mainali discuss group work during “Introduction to Multi-Sectoral Programming, Collaboration, and Coordination.”
Galleries | Jul 2016
Holding up smaller oil sachets
Videos | Jun 2016
Walking through the BIDCO factory
Videos | Jun 2016
BIDCO: Happy, Healthy Living sign
Galleries | Jun 2016
Spring Q2 Overview, The first half of FY2016 showed continued growth in the reach and impact of the SPRING Project
Infographics | May 2016
Screen capture of the Vitamin and Mineral Powder poster cover
Audio Clips | May 2016
Village health team members with boxes on MNPs and related materials
Galleries | Mar 2016
VHTs at the SPRING booth
Galleries | Mar 2016
SPRING 2015 Overview
Infographics | Jan 2016
Launch of the Vitamin and Mineral Powder Program in Uganda
Galleries | Dec 2015