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Using WASH To Improve Nutritional Outcomes For Pregnant Women And Young Children: The SPRING “WASH 1,000” Experience In Northern Ghana
Malnutrition during the first 1,000 days from pregnancy through a child’s second birthday often causes growth impairment that leads to stunting. Safe drinking water, sanitation facilities,...
To draw leaders’ attention to the problem of stunting and their role in improving young children’s nutrition outcomes, SPRING/Ghana produced a 24-minute advocacy video.
This infographic shows SPRING/Ghana's continued growth in reach and impact during the first half of project year 5 (FY 2016).
SPRING launched its Ghana country office, which focuses on improving delivery of high-impact services and generating increased demand for those services. These activities resulted in the...
SPRING presents anemia landscape analysis findings and guides efforts on anemia training and IFA operational research at the Micronutrient Task Team meeting in Ghana
U.S. Ambassador Jackson visits the community-based health planning and services compound in Kasuliyili
Multi-Sectoral Global Learning and Evidence Exchange, West Africa shares research and experience in multi-sectoral nutrition programming.
Location: Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, Mali, Senegal, Liberia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Burkina Faso
At the close of the Strengthening Partnerships, Results, and Innovations in Nutrition Globally (SPRING) project’s fourth year of implementation, the project continued to reach a growing...
Through its WASH activities, SPRING is building awareness of how nutrition and hygiene are connected
SPRING/Ghana, with the Ghana Health Service and the USAID | DELIVER Project, assessed the supply chain system for nutrition commodities.
SPRING/Ghana joined other USAID Feed the Future partners, donor agencies, private sector representatives, government, and other development partners in a two-day meeting dubbed “...
Interactive Map of SPRING/Ghana Target Communities and Supported Health Facilities of the Northern and Upper East Regions
Completed database of health facilities plus target communities for the fiscal years of 2015 and 2016.
In Ghana, the SPRING 1,000 day household approach targets nutrition improvements to pregnant women and children 2 years of age and younger, paving a clear impact pathway for each activity.
Much of SPRING/Ghana’s work surrounds the WASH 1,000 approach, which promotes four key behaviors related to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) activities during the first 1,000 days, and...
SPRING has piloted the DATA in three countries: Ghana, Nepal, and Uganda
Location: Ghana, Uganda, Nepal
Women are at the heart of our work to improve nutrition. In this collection of photos, SPRING staff from around the world are celebrating International Women's Day 2016 and pledging to take...
Location: Ghana, Senegal, Uganda
SPRING, USAID's Bureau for Food Security, and Bureau for Global Health hosted the Multi-sectoral Nutrition Strategy Global Learning & Evidence Exchange (MSN-GLEE), West Africa from...
Today almost all of the houses in Piyaligo community have latrines and many also boast tippy taps. Naaba said a stigma is now associated with open defecation and that the community is aware...
In February 2015, SPRING began working with the citizens of Kubone to establish community-led total sanitation (CLTS), an approach that helps rural communities understand the dangers of...
National Anemia Profiles
A Rapid Initial Assessment of the Distribution and Consumption of Iron-Folic Acid Tablets Through Antenatal Care in Ghana
25% of the world's population suffers from anemia. SPRING has a method for making a rapid, initial assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the distribution and consumption of IFA...
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