Not Enough Food on the Dinner Table: A Look into Food Insecurity among Hispanics/Latinos Living in Rural Communities in the United States
Discusses food insecurity among Hispanics/Latinos in the U.S. and provides program and policy recommendations to improve food access. Reports on a 2022 needs assessment that includes a literature review, socio-demographic survey, focus group with rural Latino adults, and interviews with community-based organizations (CBOs). Offers strategies such as wellness and nutrition education, culturally sensitive engagement, and technology to improve access.
Melawhy Garcia, Natalia Gatdula, Vanessa Torres, et al.
Center for Latino Community Health Evaluation and Leadership Training, UnidosUS
Access · Culture and cultural competency · Food security and nutrition · Hispanic or Latino · Policy · Technology for health and human services · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention