Emergency food aid: a national learning exchange

This report and summary is the product of discussions that included practitioners, planners, policy makers and academics. Discussions centred around viewing emergency food aid as one dimension of wider food poverty and ensuring we understood the nature and scale of causes, need and impact. The consensus was that local responses had to be informed, joined up and not diverting communities from existing activity such as food co-ops, weaning groups, lunch clubs and the like.

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