The USAID-funded NOURISH project, led by Save the Children, worked to accelerate stunting reduction by focusing on the key causal factors of chronic malnutrition in Cambodia—poverty, lack of access to quality food and nutrition services, unsanitary environments, and social norms and practices that work against optimal growth and development. NOURISH aimed to improve the nutritional status and well-being of women and children in 567 underserved, rural communities in Battambang, Pursat, and Siem Reap provinces, uniquely integrating for communities’ and families’ health and nutrition, water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and agriculture. TMG provided technical assistance and support for social and behavior change and SBC communication to create demand for and increased utilization of health, WASH, and agriculture practices, services and products. TMG designed and conducted formative research and developed an evidence-based SBC and communication strategy. Working with private-sector media agencies, TMG led the development of a media strategy and materials for the Grow Together Program included television, community engagement by leaders and community agents, interpersonal communication, and support to business service centers. Finally, TMG developed small fish powder, initially for preparation at home, but later commercialized as a product for young child feeding. TMG led a market assessment for the small fish powder, trained women entrepreneurs to make it for sale, and developed their business skills to improve access for all families to this new product. To learn more about our work on the project’s “Grow Together” SBCC program , click here.