HIV/AIDS

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Activities

 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.

SPRING partners with civil society volunteers to test key nutrition counseling concepts among orphans and other vulnerable children.

iycf support group member and baby

SPRING and its partners catalyze national-level dialogue around nutrition and advocate for more funding and prioritization of the nutrition agenda.

Reports

Photo of a woman and child

SPRING officially launched activities in Haiti in April 2012, collaborating with the Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population (MSPP). Children under five years of age, pregnant...

A Haitian woman carries fresh vegetables.

In Haiti, the HIV and AIDS crisis has generalized. It is well established that HIV compromises the nutritional status of infected individuals; therefore, integrating nutrition services into...

Galleries

One-on-one counseling session, coaches-level training, Jos, Plateau state. 2015

A pictorial review of SPRING's work in Nigeria over three years of implementation.

Success Stories

Infant in a blanket

At birth, Nyepesi lost her mother to HIV. She was left in the care of her grandmother, Maza Akaba, who lives in Ichecheni community, 10 kilometers from Nyepesi’s home in Lafia, Nigeria. No...

Resource Review Summaries

USAID’s annual progress report describes the Agency’s progress in furthering President Obama’s vision to end extreme poverty through its contributions in global health by ending preventable...

Keywords: HIV/AIDS

Do vegetable gardens have an impact on the health and well-being of People Living with HIV (PLHIV)? Between 2008 and 2011, a project in Zimbabwe led by Action Contre la Faim supported...

Keywords: HIV/AIDS, Dietary diversity
Location: Zimbabwe