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How Can Communities and Households Protect Children from Very Low Food Security?

Years: 2011-2013

COSW Faculty Involved in Project: Darcy Freedman, Co-Investigator

Principal Investigator: Sonya Jones

Additional Investigators: Jan Probst, Christine Blake, Bethany Bell, Angela Liese

Funder: U.S. Department of Agriculture

Project Summary:  The purpose of this project is to develop recommendations for how communities and households can eliminate very low food security in children through interviews with community organizations and surveys with households in the Midlands of South Carolina.

Focus Areas: Strengthening Family Systems; Community Capacity Building

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