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In Pictures: SPRING Conducts Orientation to Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture in India

SPRING participated in a week-long partners’ planning meeting for the study entitled: “Community-driven and digital technology-enabled agriculture intervention for nutrition: a cluster randomized controlled trial in Odisha, India.” The study is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), and includes partners: Digital Green (DG), Voluntary Association for Rural Reconstruction and Appropriate Technology (VARRAT), Ekjut, Development Corner (DCOR), and SPRING. The meeting included a nutrition-sensitive agriculture orientation and a field visit to Jharkhand. Over the course of its visit, SPRING was also invited to participate in a half-day project launch of a USAID-funded project, Digital Platforms to Scale Gender-Sensitive Nutrition Social and Behavior Change, hosted by the Jharkhand Nutrition Mission and Digital Green, where SPRING presented its experience integrating nutrition Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) into Digital Green’s human-mediated video platform.