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  • Alternatives to SNAP: Global Approaches to Addressing Childhood Poverty and Food Insecurity. [Journal Article]
    Am J Public Health 2019; :e1-e10Fernald LCH, Gosliner W
  • The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in the United States is a key element of the nation's safety net. Yet, 12.5 million US children live in households that experience food insecurity, despite national spending of $65 billion on SNAP alone.In analyses integrating data from the 36 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries, we found that child poverty and food…
  • College Students and SNAP: The New Face of Food Insecurity in the United States. [Journal Article]
    Am J Public Health 2019; :e1-e7Freudenberg N, Goldrick-Rab S, Poppendieck J
  • Over the last decade, multiple studies of food insecurity among college students have found rates from 20% to more than 50%, considerably higher than the 12% rate for the entire US population.Reasons for higher rates of food insecurity among college students include a growing population of low-income college students, high college costs and insufficient financial aid, more financial hardship amon…
  • Recommendations From SNAP Participants to Improve Wages and End Stigma. [Journal Article]
    Am J Public Health 2019; :e1-e4Gaines-Turner T, Simmons JC, Chilton M
  • We present views of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) from the perspective of participants. We are SNAP participants and academic researchers who have worked together for 11 years to understand, explain, and address food insecurity.SNAP is ensnared in much larger problems in US society related to the stigmatization of people who are poor and a lack of appreciation for the value…
  • FAO and the Situation of Food Security and Nutrition in the World. [Journal Article]
    J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo) 2019; 65(Supplement):S4-S8Boliko MC
  • New evidence shows that the number of hungry people in the world is growing, reaching more than 820 million in 2018 (one in every nine people), up from 812 million in 2017. There are three main causes of food insecurity: high exposure and vulnerability to climate extremes, conflicts, and economic slowdown. Paradoxically, every year, roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human co…
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