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The Value-Add of Community Video in Changing Nutrition and Hygiene Behaviors: Evidence from a Comparative Study in Senegal
This report presents findings from a quantitative study assessing the effectiveness of SPRING/DG’s community media approach and the value of the community video intervention for improving...
This is the final country report for SPRING's two-year program in Senegal.
In May, SPRING worked with KAWOLOR project staff in Senegal to share the Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Training Resource Package.
SPRING/Senegal Celebrates End of 18 Months of Implementation with Close-out Ceremonies in Kaolack and Dakar
SPRING/Senegal organized two close-out ceremonies to mark the end of 18 months of implementation – one in Kaolack and one in Dakar. Both ceremonies showcased the project’s work in nutrition...
A USAID and SPRING team observed the results of SPRING’s partnership approach at the community level.
As part of SPRING/Senegal’s multi-sectoral nutrition strategy, hygiene monitoring teams known as dynaset-setal groups conduct regular home visits to ensure that households meet basic...
On August 9, 2017, SPRING/Senegal and partner radio station Niombato FM organized a promotional hike in Toubacouta Village.
In May and June 2017, SPRING/Senegal organized capacity building workshops for community video hubs on video editing software and business management.
SPRING trained Mariama and more than 250 other community members from 3 of Senegal’s 14 regions to establish and lead hygiene monitoring units. These units consist of 6-10 highly engaged...
This video highlights learning and experience from SPRING's diverse community media portfolio through four key principles with examples of each principle in action, using various types of...
Location: India, Burkina Faso, Niger, Senegal, Guinea, Ghana, Uganda
In Sibinokho village in the Kaffrine Region of Senegal, women grow and eat a new kind of potato: the nutrient-rich orange-fleshed sweet potato (OFSP). Using a specially-timed technique, the...
SPRING’s Gender Champion Approach aims to increase men and women’s partnership within the household in order to impact nutrition outcomes.
From sharing caregiving duties to pooling funds to buy farm equipment, people thrive when they work together toward shared goals. By partnering with local organizations in three regions in...
Fanta visits her sister, Awa, who teaches her how to cook. She notices that her neighbor has a variety of preserved fruits and vegetables. Awa explained how she made the preserves when she...
Ever since she has been using improved poultry production practices, Ndèye Khady has improved her family’s nutrition and her financial autonomy. She can now help her husband with household...
Thiane Dramé is a champion of agricultural diversification in Senegal’s Kaolack Region. By practicing improved poultry raising, planting bio-fortified millet crops, and cultivating a micro-...
Cheickh explains and encourages his cousin to participate in his farmer cooperative, which combines many individual farmers’ crops to sell in greater quantity and at higher prices. Buyers...
An expecting mother and her mother-in-law visit the clinic for prenatal care. Aissatou, the midwife, uses the visit as an opportunity to talk about the benefits of early initiation of...
In Sibinokho village in the Kaffrine Region of Senegal, women grow and eat a new kind of potato: the nutrient-rich orange-fleshed sweet potato (OFSP). This variety of potato is rich in...
Ya Ngoné is a fish vendor and lactating mother who lives and works in Djilor, a village not far from the sea in Senegal. She is very careful about hand hygiene and is supported in these...
El Hadj, a father in Senegal who cares about the health of his family, is very attached to his home. Knowing the importance of good hygiene in preventing illness like diarrhea, malaria, and...
Starting in 2016, SPRING partnered with six local radio stations to produce and air 60-second spots on high-impact nutrition and hygiene practices.
Transforming sociocultural beliefs around gender roles is critical to better nutrition outcomes. As part of SPRING’s social and behavior change communication (SBCC) strategy, we piloted the...
Celebrating 18 Months of Implementation: SPRING/Senegal Holds Close-out Ceremonies in Kaolack and Dakar
SPRING/Senegal organized two close-out ceremonies in Kaolack and in Dakar to showcase 18 months of implementation in the areas of nutrition-sensitive agriculture, SBCC, gender, and WASH.
The group visited one of SPRING’s partner radio stations, micro-gardens, and chicken coops, and observed a community video dissemination.
SPRING/Senegal trained six partner networks in Senegal on the technical and business elements of operating processing machines.
DYNASET-SETAL: Pour la Lutte Contre la Malnutrition à Travers le Maintien de la Propreté Autour de l’Enfant
La formation Dynaset-setal a pour principal objectif d’informer les cellules sur le lien entre l’hygiène et la nutrition, et de leur fournir les connaissances de base nécessaires pour...
In Senegal, SPRING is improving nutrition among pregnant and lactating women and children under two with a coordinated training, communication, and support strategy. Through a multisectoral...
This SPRING/Senegal graphic illustrates a woman's numerous responsibilities in ensuring her family's health and good nutrition.
Job Aids and Tools
L’objectif global de cette activité est de renforcer les capacités des membres des réseaux de producteurs agricoles et des réseaux de santé/nutrition communautaires sur la thématique genre...