Multi-sectoral Anemia Platforms Strengthening (MAPS)

SPRING supports country-driven efforts to sustain multi-sectoral anemia platforms, develop anemia related guidelines, and build capacity. SPRING has been documenting the anemia experiences in several countries (such as Ghana, the Kyrgyz Republic, Nepal, Sierra Leone, and Uganda), which provide unique insight into the challenges and successes of leading a coordinated response. The lessons learned in these countries can guide other countries embarking on a similar process.

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Four women sit in a close group on benches outside. The woman at the center-front is holding a microphone up to the woman in the center-back.
Jun 2017
SPRING/Guinea trained staff from community radio stations on developing effective interactive radio programming supporting nutrition-sensitive agriculture practices.
A group of fathers sits in chairs under a tree while one man uses a flip chart of good health behaviors to conduct a training.
Jun 2017
Father-to-Father support groups encourage men to take an active role in the health and nutrition of their families.
Sarah Ngalombi from the Uganda Ministry of Health speaks at a National Anemia Working Group meeting
May 2017
SPRING interviewed public and private sector leaders about creating multi-sectoral anemia prevention and control strategies.

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