SPRING’s work in Nigeria aims to reduce maternal and child undernutrition and improve HIV-free survival of infants and young children. In particular, SPRING/Nigeria is contributing to improved nutrition care practices, improved access to quality services. The current SPRING/Nigeria approach is... read more focused on the roll-out of community and facility infant and young child feeding (IYCF) training packages, complementary social and behavior change communication approaches, and a joint evaluation on the Community IYCF package with UNICEF.
SPRING's main partners include the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Women’s Affairs, at both state and federal levels, as well as the National Primary Care Development Agency. SPRING also works closely with USAID partner projects, including STEER and SMILE, as well as other projects and organizations through the Nutrition Partners’ Forum and its subcommittee, the National IYCF Technical Working Group.