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Our Development Worker had a fabulous visit with one of Fatima Groups United cookery groups, where Dorcas Barry prepared a kale salad.
Youth groups are well placed in helping young people improve their diet.
Southill Area Centre support a wonderful community garden on their grounds. The gardener, Barbara Mulcahy (pictured) and centre management are determined to keep developing the garden, despite very limited resources. The garden was initially developed and funded during the Demonstration Programme 2010-12 and is nestled in an area experiencing multiple deprivations. Once programme funding finished,…
Healthy Food for All hosted our first national conference on food poverty on 20th November 2013. The conference promoted local solutions as a means to addressing this issue which affects almost half a million people in Ireland. We called for the development of a national food strategy which ensures the affordability, accessibility and availability of…
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We celebrated another of our networking events of the Community Food Initiative Programme at Dunmanway Family Resource Centre in Cork on 26th March.
International School Meals Day raises awareness of the importance of food and nutrition in education. But what are school meals? Why are they important? What are the links between school meals and education?
We will be celebrating International School Meals Day on the 6th March by gathering your stories of shining light examples of school meals programmes across the island of Ireland.
Healthy Food for All was delighted to host its inaugural national conference on food poverty on 20th November.
The Blanchardstown Good Food Cooperative project held three gardening skills workshops with Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB). The workshops aimed to generate interest in their community gardens and encouraged participants to form a group to lead development of the gardens. The project coordinator will link growing produce to cookery classes to teach participants about nutrition…