From the FFP perspective on WASH-B/SHINE: WASH interventions within FFP programming are relatively diverse; however, many partners (both FFP and across USAID) were using a WASH 'package' that was very similar to what was tested in WASH-B and SHINE-- SBCC around handwashing and latrine use, distributions of POU treatment. We now know that this alone, in all likelihood, will not affect stunting rates. BUT we know that unsafe WASH practices and low access to WASH services is one of the strongest drivers of diarrhea disease, wasting, and stunting globally... So there is very distinct need for re-thinking the WASH-nutrition linkages and thinking rationally about the fecal-oral route and particularly looking at the less-known/less-targeted routes (e.g. floors/fields; food hygiene; reducing barriers to behavior change; the nuances of water quality).