What do we know and not know about how to improve food security and nutrition for refugees and immigrants in the U.S? This episode of the META podcast explores this question with Rachel Dannefer, Director of Research & Evaluation for the Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Centers of the NYC Health Department, and Eugenia Gusev, Technical Advisor for Food Security and Agriculture Programs at the International Rescue Committee. Guests also discuss challenges to implementing evidence-based food security and nutrition programs in the U.S and provide ideas for how to fill the evidence gaps.
Topic(s): Health, Monitoring and Evaluation
Subtopic(s): Using Data and Evidence
Resource Type: Podcast
Date: July 27, 2017
Target Audience(s): Service Provider
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