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Related Projects for James Mabli
Evaluation of SNAP Employment and Training PilotsSep 27, 2019
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the primary source of nutrition assistance for many low-income people. Beyond providing access to food assistance, SNAP also provides some participants with a critical work support, helping them during times of unemployment or underemployment.
The Administration on Aging Nutrition Services Program EvaluationSep 27, 2017
The Administration for Community Living (ACL) was created around the fundamental principle that all people, regardless of age or disability, should be able to live independently and fully participate in their communities.
Striking a Balance: Examining SNAP Benefit and Eligibility Parameters for Low-Income HouseholdsDec 22, 2015
This study will assess whether benefit and eligibility parameters of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) are aligned with the actual expenses that low-income households incur.
Evaluation of the Harlem Children's Zone Healthy Harlem InitiativeNov 18, 2015
The Healthy Harlem initiative is a model for promoting healthy lifestyles in the charter schools, early childhood programs, and afterschool programs operated by the Harlem Children’s Zone® (HCZ). Mathematica's evaluation includes both an implementation/process study and an impact study.
WIC Local Agency Breastfeeding Policy and Practices Inventory (WIC BPI)Oct 08, 2014
This project is describing the breastfeeding policies and practices at state agencies and local WIC agencies; the breastfeeding measures that agencies currently collect and report, and the data systems used to do so; and the associations between breastfeeding outcomes and agencies’ policies and practices.
Profile of American Consumption and Diet Quality (NHANES)Oct 08, 2014
This study compares diet quality measures of participants, income-eligible nonparticipants, and higher-income nonparticipants using analysis of data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) for participants in SNAP, WIC, and NSLP.