School Meals: Alleviating Hunger and Building Sustainable Food Systems

with Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' Global Member Interest Group (GMIG) & Hunger and Environmental (HEN) Dietetic Practice Group
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This webinar on The Role of School Feeding Programs in Alleviating Hunger and Building Sustainable Food Systems will be available as a recording. They will present an overview of school feeding programs, both from a global and US perspective, including their benefits for hunger and poverty alleviation and building sustainable food systems. Successful international case studies and a USA program in Central Texas that integrates values-aligned food procurement and farm-to-school activities will also be highlighted.
The speakers are:
— Christine McCullum-Gomez, PhD, RDN – a food and nutrition consultant based in Bogotá, Colombia.
— Marissa Bell, MPH, RD, LD – a Dietitian & Marketing Coordinator at Lake Travis ISD where she leads the implementation of the Good Food Purchasing Program
The webinar provides 1.5 continuing professional education units (CPEUs) that are free for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ (AND) Global Member Interest Group (GMIG) & Hunger and Environmental (HEN) Dietetic Practice Group members, $25 for AND members and $54 for non-members.

Free for GMIG/HEN, 25 USD AND members, 54 USD non-members