Woman standing by her crop of dried apricots, ready to sell them at the market
Photo Credit: Rustam Mailov/Future Tajikistan Agriculture and Water Activity

The Designing Effective Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Activities Workshop is a three-day program that guides teams to design, implement, monitor, and manage agriculture-led economic growth activities for improved nutrition outcomes. The Design Guide is peer-led and for the workshop to be successful, skilled facilitators help teams think through the design of nutrition-sensitive agriculture activities. To successfully lead the workshop, facilitators should have an understanding of nutrition-sensitive agriculture, program design, and skills in workshop facilitation.
USAID’s Bureau for Resilience and Food Security and USAID Advancing Nutrition are hosting a three-day Training of Trainers to support teams preparing to facilitate the Design Guide workshop. The training will provide an orientation to the Design Guide materials, an overview of best practices in peer-led facilitation, and the opportunity to practice facilitating critical sessions in the workshop. The training will be held in-person in Arlington, Virginia, USA from May 25-27, 2022. There are no fees to attend but participants will be expected to cover their own lodging and travel costs.
This training is just one way that USAID Advancing Nutrition is supporting uptake and use of the Design Guide materials. For information on other ways to engage, please visit our Design Guide Community of Practice to learn more and join.

This training is designed for implementers who will be directly facilitating the NSA Design Guide workshop in the next year. Applications are now closed.