Projects

Ending Childhood Hunger: Evaluation of Demonstration Projects

2014-2018
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service

The Childhood Hunger Demonstration projects and the associated evaluation will address mounting concerns about the effects of poverty and food insecurity on low-income children and their families. In the United States, millions of children live in families that have had to worry about access to food. National food security policy aims to ensure that all Americans, especially children, have access to a healthy diet whether at home or at school.

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