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Listed below are just some of the well-known organizations working towards ending hunger. These websites often house up-to-date statistics and information on current food-related research.
Searching government and relevant organization websites can be a useful way to find credible information when searching Google. Consider the websites below.
Includes definitions, key statistics & graphics, as well as a number of other helpful resources.
From the National Institute of Food and Agriculture - find resources, articles, and a list of food assistance programs and other data.
Washington State Department of Agriculture
Articles and other resources for Food Security on the website for the United Nations
From Health and Hunger, a part of Feeding America
Read about how hunger differs between groups, from Feeding America.
Get research and data, find food assistance programs, and see what bills are on the table that would affect food assistance around the country. FRAC is a non-profit.
Track changes in fast food restaurants, SNAP usage, physical activity, and more using this interactive map from the US Dept. of Agriculture.
An Economic Research Service Report from the US Dept. of Agriculture
Simplified statistics drawn from the above research report by the US Dept. of Agriculture.
This International Food Policy Research Institute's site is a data aggregator, collecting food security data and policy research from many trustworthy sites.
See how the US Government is increasing food security around the world.
Learn about how the US is developing programs to increase food security worldwide, while also increasing US agricultural exports! (From the US Dept. of Agriculture)
Read the US Global Food Security Strategy for 2017-2021.
Learn about the UK's programs to help global hunger and read their research publications and intriguing blog posts.
A technical report to guide member countries of the European Union.
A brief report from the Urban Institute showing that food insecurity is most prevalent among students at two-year colleges.
This report is a collaboration between the College and University Food Bank Alliance and the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness.
Published in Annals of Anthropological Practice in 2017
PublicSource: Hunger among college students: Food pantries expand on Pittsburgh campuses
Results from a national study by the Wisconsin HOPE Lab on basic needs insecurity in higher education, with many tables of data included.
"Food insecurity in adolescents may serve as an important precursor to poor cardiometabolic health." (From the Centers for Disease Control)
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