May 14, 2013
See the Press Release). Housed at EMEAC, Charity will engage in base-building, leadership development, public outreach, research, and policy and materials development.
EAT4Health is a three-year national leadership development initiative of the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation supported by multiple funding partners that aims to fill gaps in the existing food policy advocacy ecosystem in order to make it more inclusive of low-income and people of color communities, more responsive to grassroots needs and ideas, and more effective in terms of protecting the environment, promoting good health and rebuilding strong local economies.
Reports and Updates
Below are updates prepared by EMEAC's Eat4Health Fellow, Charity Mahouna Hicks. Click on links for more information.
April 8, 2013
March 20, 2013
March 3, 2013