Tackle Food Security in Your Community

If you’re interested in food security issues in your community, and ready to take on a challenge, WhyHunger created an incredible toolkit to lead you through the process of community food assessment. All of the resources and stages are diverse, comprehensive and inclusive, which is especially important when asking questions about food security in your community. Give people a chance to tell their stories.

 

Check out their process and case studies here.

 

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