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SPRING/Ghana aimed to reduce stunting by 20 percent in two regions—Northern Region and Upper East Region. Working in 15 districts within these two regions, SPRING/Ghana’s activities included anemia reduction, infant and young child nutrition; water, sanitation, and hygiene; aflatoxin reduction; community video; and support to the LEAP 1000 cash transfers.

SPRING/Ghana defined its activities through the 1,000 Day Household approach, which targeted households with pregnant women and children 2 years of age and younger. This approach synthesized each intervention area into a holistic approach designed to support the ability of the1,000 day household to care for and support the 1,000 day child.

SPRING’s main partners in Ghana included Ghana Health Services, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, the Ghana LEAP Project, UNICEF, and RING.

Read our blog post: Improving Nutrition, One Latrine at a Time: WASH 1,000 Strategy in Ghana Takes Hold


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.
June 2017
In 2017, SPRING/Ghana started piloting Father-to-Father Support Groups in four communities in the Northern and Upper East Regions of Ghana. These groups are comprised of 15-17 men who meet twice per month to discuss family-oriented issues that includ...
Annual report infographic 2015
January 2016
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 number of people with nutrition interventions in SPRING’s seven ...
DATA training of trainers participants
March 2017
SPRING/Ghana conducted a training of trainers (ToT) workshop for district-level trainers from seven districts—East Gonja, Tolon, Central Gonja, Tatale, Mion, Bawku West, and Kumbungu— in Ghana’s Northern Region to implement the District Assessment To...