Michelle DeFreese collaborated with iAGRI colleague Maria Mullei to draft this extended abstract ‘describ[ing] an initiative to provide skill enhancement training for youth and farmers in Tanzania. It is a tripartile arrangement involving John Deere, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), … Read more
Treatments Rehabilitate Saline/Sodic Soils to Produce High Rice Yields
Michelle DeFreese wrote this blog post for the FAO’s International Year of Soils series to highlight iAGRI-funded research showing some promising interventions for reducing soil salinity due to irrigation in northeastern Tanzania. www.fao.org/soils-2015/blog/treatmentsrehabilitatesalinesodicsoilstoproducehighriceyields/en/
Nutrition for Sale: Solutions that are Feeding Bellies, Brains and Businesses
6th class Leland Fellow Giselle Aris and 8th class Leland Fellow Jennie Lane collaborated on this article, which outlines Land O’Lakes’ work to create synergy between building livelihoods and nutrition through a focus on women’s participation in value-chains that bring nutritious … Read more
Able Bodies, Empty Stomachs
Able Bodies, Empty Stomachs provides an analysis of the SNAP ABAWD policy, and includes strategies for advocates to reduce the policy’s impact on low-income communities. Pennsylvania’s experience is presented as a case study.
Reaching Beyond Food
Reaching Beyond Food: A toolkit for engaging in grassroots community development to strengthen community wellness is a guide outlining the process of building a collaborative community development effort from an emergency food systems perspective. It is meant to provide local leaders with … Read more
Ensuring a Dignified Experience at Emergency Food Programs: Why and How
Ensuring a Dignified Experience: Why and How is a handbook for staff, board, volunteers, members and clients of emergency food programs with best practices for addressing the root causes of hunger, ensuring dignified programmatic operations and personal interactions, and working … Read more
Lifting 50K out of Poverty: Maximizing Income Supports and Community Colleges in King County
Lifting 50K out of Poverty: Maximizing Income Supports and Community Colleges in King County details the impact of tax refunds on United Way tax filers and describes United Way’s new initiatives helping low income adults secure living wage jobs, tax … Read more
Towards a More Accessible and Economically Just Chicago
Towards a More Accessible and Economically Just Chicago is a report that exploring barriers to employment for women with disabilities in the realms of economic development, education, government, housing, and transportation.
SNAP Time Limit: A Direct Service Organization’s Guide to ABAWD and Screening for Exemptions in Mississippi
SNAP Time Limit: A Direct Service Organization’s Guide to ABAWD and Screening for Exemptions in Mississippi provides direct service organizations with a basic understanding of the SNAP time limit and the new requirements for ABAWDs. The report also includes tools … Read more
IMPROVING COMPLEMENTARY FEEDING DURING THE LEAN SEASON: Results of a trials of improved practices study in the Mchinji District, Malawi
This poster was presented at the World Nutrition Congress 2016 (August 30-September 2) in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Community Eligibility Provision: Fueling the Future of Healthy Kids in King County
The Community Eligibility Provision: Fueling the Future of Healthy Kids in King County is a comprehensive guide to understanding the barriers, dispelling the misconceptions, and utilizing best practices for successful CEP implementation in the county. The report also includes recommendations for … Read more
A Healthy Summer and Beyond
A Healthy Summer and Beyond dives into the collective story behind Summer EBT for Children and the 48,000 kids it reached in Oregon last summer. Through in-depth stories of participants, this report shares the story that the numbers missed – … Read more