This project aims to work in partnership with food relief service delivery models (hamper, food hub and social supermarket), to translate the South Australian food relief charter and nutrition guidelines, to co-design best practice resources/tools that could improve service coordination and effectiveness. A substudy is also included in this work as a a process evaluation proposed by our partner/funding organisation Wellbeing SA, to support evidence-informed policy decision-making related to the social supermarket model.
This research project will work with food relief providers and Government agencies to improve the quality of their services for people that are accessing food assistance, and to monitor the food and social support they provide. We hope this will lead to more nutritious foods being provided to more people, through more dignified, effective services.
|Short title||Improving food relief services in Australia|
|Effective start/end date||6/07/21 → 1/07/24|
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