This paper introduces the Engagement Matrix, which is a tool for health boards and third sector organisations to use together and map and improve engagement between them. The development of the Engagement Matrix was initiated by a short life action group, which was led by the third sector. The action group was set up by …
Topic: mapping exercise
Strengthening food work across ethnic minority communities: a focus on maternal and infant nutrition
This mapping exercise was carried out to provide a snapshot of voluntary and community organisations’ activity in relation to maternal and infant nutrition across ethnic minority communities in Scotland.
This research report on community cafes, produced for CFHS by Clarity, looks in detail at the operation and management of 12 community cafes from across Scotland.
CFHS commissioned REACH Community Health Project to undertake research into community-based food and health work among black and minority ethnic communities across Scotland. Interviews with 790 organisations have identified a wide range of food-related work taking place within minority ethnic communities and also substantial unmet need.
The use of food in promoting health, wellbeing and the development of independent living skills for people experiencing homelessness
Roundtable discussion notes.
In September 2006, the Food, Health and Homelessness Initiative at CFHS commissioned Blake Stevenson to undertake a baseline study to map the nature, scope/scale and location of food, health and homeless projects, programmes and initiatives in Scotland. Includes Edinburgh Cyrenians and the Salvation Army.
Notes from a roundtable discussion on research carried out to find out where people can buy and eat food and what the food needs of local people are.
Edition 3 of our regular e-bulletin update on developments in food, health and homelessness in Scotland.
Edition 2 of our regular e-bulletin update on developments in food, health and homelessness in Scotland.
First edition of our regular e-bulletin update on developments in food, health and homelessness in Scotland.