Tackling Food Poverty: lessons from the Decent Food for All (DFfa) intervention
Child at nearly empty fridge

Decent Food for All (DFfA) was a community-based programme developed and implemented by the Armagh and Dungannon Health Action Zone. Tackling Food Poverty is the report of an evaluation carried out for safefood by the Institute of Public Health in Ireland. 

The report brings together the lessons from the all-Ireland learning from the Decent Food for All (DFfA) intervention research programme. The full results can be found in the 3 additional support documents. These are entitled: Lessons from the Decent Food for All (DFfA) intervention. Supporting document part III. Community-level impacts of the DFfA intervention – statistical analysis and interpretation, Food Culture in Rural Northern Ireland, and Health Action Zone Description of the DFfA Intervention.

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