Food poverty action planning - guidance & best practice

12 April 2018

Food Power have collated a selection of food poverty action plans and needs assessments that have been published in different areas across the UK which aims to inspire and provide advice to alliances and local food partnerships working to develop their own.

Enough is Enough: Food poverty scoping exercise (Belfast, 2015)
Food insecurity in Birmingham - A city-level response? (Birmingham, 2015)
The Use of Food Banks in Brent (Brent, 2017)
Brighton & Hove Food Poverty Action Plan 2015-2018 (Brighton & Hove, 2015)
A Food Strategy for Exeter: Rediscovering and developing localised food systems (Exeter, 2017)
Good Food in Greenwich Action Plan: Food Poverty Sub Group, July-October 2015 (Greenwich, 2015)
Royal Borough of Greenwich Food Poverty Needs Assessment (Greenwich, 2016)
Food Poverty Action Plan for Hammersmith & Fulham (Hammersmith & Fulham)
Cooking Up Ideas: Addressing the challenges of food poverty in Kensington and Chelsea (Kensington & Chelsea, 2016)
Putting Food On The Table: Understanding Food Poverty: Exploring Food Bank Use In Lewisham (Lewisham, 2014)
Definition of food poverty: Being unable to access good, fresh food by choice (Liverpool, 2016)
Beyond the Food Bank: London Food Poverty Profile 2017 (London, 2017)
A Food Poverty Action Plan for Mertion 2018-2020 (Merton, 2018)
Food Poverty Network Pilot Project Evaluation (Northamptonshire, 2013)
Feeding the Gaps: Food poverty and food surplus redistribution in Oxford (Oxford, 2014)
Redbridge Food Poverty Action Plan: Access to sufficient, safe, affordable and nutritious food in Redbridge (Redbridge, 2017)
Hungry Christmas: A report on foodbanks in South East England for Keith Taylor MEP (South East England, 2017)
Food Poverty Needs Assessment, London Borough of Sutton (Sutton, 2015)
Food Poverty Action Plan (Tower Hamlets, 2017)

Explore the above food poverty action plans


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