This report provides an overview of an event called ‘Maternal and infant nutrition framework: supporting a Healthy Start’. This event took place in May 2014 and included learning from previous and ongoing work around Healthy Start programmes in the Forth Valley area that were supported by Community Food and Health (Scotland).
Topic: early years
This report reflects a short programme of work to investigate the impact and influence of community food intiatives in relation to maternal and infant nutrition.
Challenges facing community food initiatives: community cookbooks; Early Years Food and Health project.
Training opportunities; food prices; food and nostalgia; REHIS Elementary food and health course; older people eating well; Healthy Start; fare futures; class act.
Food practices among low-income mothers with young children; community food initiatives tackling food poverty in Ireland; young people, food and health; Healthy Living Tastes Better
National Food and Drink policy; Obesity Route Map; Love Food; Healthyliving award; Making the Case; REHIS
Making the Case is the final report from the Early Years Self-evaluation Collaborative, a three-stage pilot support programme provided (over 2 years) by CFHS and Evaluation Support Scotland to support six community food and health initiatives improve their evaluation skills
This report gives an account of how the Early Year Self-evaluation Collaborative has continued to embed evaluation systems into its work with parents and children. Five projects completed Stage Two and have written up individual evaluation reports that describe how they are demonstrating the impact of their work.
A workshop-based conference discussing the latest developments in food and health activities relating to policy and practice in Scotland
National Food and Drink Policy; Scottish Grocer’s Federation Healthy Living programme; SCOFF new recruits; Pilton Community Health Project; Barri Grubb