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There is broad agreement that nutrition is a multi-sectoral problem, yet nutrition-related services are often still delivered in sector-specific silos. Recognizing the many factors affecting nutrition, countries around the world have developed multi-sectoral strategies, policies, and plans for addressing malnutrition. The Strengthening Partnerships, Results, and Innovations in Nutrition Globally (SPRING) project believes that program designers, planners, and implementers must work together with a range of stakeholders to create a shared vision of what is needed, who will do it, and how. Throughout this document, a harmonized approach is envisioned as a “recipe” for good nutrition, growth, and development, with community workers responsible for making sure all the “ingredients” are available to families and communities.

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