A Direct Service Approach to Reducing Food Insecurity among Immigrant Communities in Minneapolis
Direct service organizations play crucial roles in alleviating hunger and reducing food insecurity. The report highlights how a direct service organization, CAPI USA, provides emergency food assistance to address the needs of food insecure immigrant and refugee households in Minneapolis, Minnesota.a
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Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Davis graduated with honors from Stanford University with a degree in human biology. During his time in college, he dedicated his time to building the Asian American community both on- and off-campus, through which he developed a passion for advocating for health access and equity among marginalized communities. Davis conducted an independent research project to investigate how different generations of Cambodian Americans perceive the idea of well-being and worked at Asian Health Services in Oakland, California as a summer fellow to support youth development. Davis has also worked with patients as a health educator at the Pacific Free Clinic to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors and served as a trial monitor intern at the WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
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