Following on from last year’s popular study looking at the impact of community food initiatives on national outcomes, the experience of a number of local projects in the design and delivery of local outcomes has been compiled on behalf of CFHS by the Scottish Community Development Centre. This publication illustrates and analyses community engagement with …
In Spring 2010 CFHS commissioned external research to explore the impact of small grants of 2008. In 2008, 58 organisations received funding between £150 and £3000. The research explored the impact of the grants for individuals, communities and the organisations themselves. Issues around sustainability and key learning were also captured.
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.
This publication highlights the important contribution that community food initiatives are making towards achieving Scotland’s national outcomes.
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.
Tackling Health Inequalities in Scotland: working with communities has been produced by Napier University on behalf of Community Health Exchange (CHEX), Voluntary Health Scotland and the UK Public Health Alliance, to highlight the contribution that national intermediary bodies make to the local tackling of health inequalities. The report looks at the common features as well …
In 2008 CFHS commissioned Blake Stevenson to look at what, if anything, had changed since 2006, when CFHS launched its food, health and homelessness intiative. The research findings are the basis of much of the material in this report.
Report focusing on how to maximise the impact and effectiveness of the contribution from community food initiatives to local, regional and national efforts to tackle food and health inequalities in Scotland.