The bulletin summarises existing research/evidence and showcases some of the organisations in Scotland that are putting the evidence into practice.
The Economic Evidence Working Group, led by NHS Health Scotland, has been exploring economic evidence for community led health organisations and how people can be supported to gather and use this type of evidence. In April 2010 the group hosted a roundtable discussion with community and voluntary organisations that have an interest in economic evidence »
This report by Blake Stevenson, commissioned by Community Food and Health (Scotland) in partnership with Edinburgh Community Food and the City of Edinburgh Council, is based on an evaluation of the Happy Jack project in terms of its economic value.
This report, commissioned by CFHS from Rock Solid Social Research, is based on an evaluation of the Food Train in terms of its economic value.
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