An Approach to Constituent Engagement in Local Food Policy Activism in the District of Columbia details findings from the Community Advocates program which equips DC residents who have lived experience of food insecurity with advocacy training to push for more … Read more
Lessons Learned from a Community Food Assessment in Bergen-Lafayette
Creating a Hunger-Free Worcester County: Hunger and Food Security Profile of Worcester County offers a detailed analysis and summary of hunger and food security in Worcester, including localized profiles of food security in each of four quadrants of the county.
Unnoticed, Unaddressed & Unacceptable: Revealing and Attacking Washington State’s Persistent Hunger Problem outlines six solutions to reduce hunger, including increasing participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, and Summer Food programs; lifting the lifetime ban on Food Stamps for people with former … Read more
Resources & Reality: Food Security in Pima County is a complete website exploring the diverse and unique array of food security resources in the Tucson area, including local agriculture, gardening, community resources, faith-based communities, federal and local food programs, food … Read more
Assessment of Food Security in Ward 8 identifies the problems an inadequate food system brings to the residents of this historically underserved area of Washington, D.C. and offering recommendations for improvement.
Community Food Assessment Map Project is a map of community food assessment results using GIS technology. The maps have been distributed throughout Kentucky, and are used both as strategic tools for community members as they implement change, and as public … Read more
Hometown Hunger contains three Washington State community needs assessments that highlight some of the challenges facing low-income populations and service providers in those areas. The reports include data analysis of community demographics and food and nutrition programs, findings from interviews … Read more
A Community Food Assessment of Washington, D.C. details research findings and provides action-oriented recommendations for program enhancements, community organizing, and policy advocacy. Noteworthy within the assessment are up-to-date maps of grocery stores and farmers’ markets in the District and information … Read more
After the Storms: Turning the Spotlight on Senior Hunger explores the unique post-hurricane barriers to food security that seniors face, and provides empirically driven estimates of the number of seniors living in poverty throughout New Orleans and the surrounding region.
Community Food Assessment of Bedford-Stuyvesant documents the severely limited access to healthy foods in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn and the effect this has on community health.
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