Welthungerhilfe (WHH), an INGO dedicated to fighting hunger and poverty, headquartered in Germany, has been implementing agriculture and WASH programs for decades in some of the poorest countries of the world. The organization increased their focus on nutrition during the past few years on nutrition-sensitive interventions. In addition, interventions to promote nutrition-related SBC are being emphasized to reap (and eat…) the fruits of the nutrition-sensitive interventions. In 2017/18 and as part of a project in the West Nile region, Welthungerhilfe in Uganda took the care group approach and adapted and applied it to on-going work with farmer field schools (FFS), an approach used by the organization to promote and improve agricultural skills and production. Since then, other projects by Welthungerhilfe have started similar interventions using the ‘nutrition in FFS’ curriculum. Gudrun Stallkamp and Navya Nadimpalli will share the process and their experience of how (and what) was married together in two existing (care Groups, farmer field schools) implementation approaches to promote nutrition-related behaviors.