Reports

Best Practices in Nutrition Education for Low-Income Audiences

This resource can be used as a self-assessment tool to identify both program strengths and areas for improvement to better align programs with best practices. Additionally, this resource may serve as a guide for future educator training topics, or as a tool for strategic and long-term program planning. As more programs successfully implement and use these best practices, fidelity and efficacy of nutrition education improves.

Agroclimate Science Portfolio Strategic Plan

NIFA’s Agroclimatology program has created and maintained a diverse, yet focused, portfolio addressing climate variability and change in agriculture and natural resources systems, with a mix of natural and social sciences, mathematics, and engineering which has led towards developing a better understanding of Earth-system processes; creating sophisticated predictive models; supporting advances in data management and sharing; and is working to build an expert scientific workforce to address climate related issues in agriculture.

EFNEP 1999 National Reports

EFNEP reaches over half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty, and nearly 70 percent indicate being of minority status. This is important because chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences.

EFNEP 2000 National Reports

EFNEP reaches over half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty, and nearly 70 percent indicate being of minority status. This is important because chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences.

EFNEP 2001 National Reports

EFNEP reaches over half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty, and nearly 70 percent indicate being of minority status. This is important because chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences.

EFNEP 2002 National Reports

EFNEP reaches over half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty, and nearly 70 percent indicate being of minority status. This is important because chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences.

EFNEP 2003 National Reports

EFNEP reaches over half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty, and nearly 70 percent indicate being of minority status. This is important because chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences.

EFNEP 2004 National Reports

EFNEP reaches over half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty, and nearly 70 percent indicate being of minority status. This is important because chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences.

EFNEP 2005 National Reports

EFNEP reaches over half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty, and nearly 70 percent indicate being of minority status. This is important because chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences.

EFNEP 2006 National Reports

EFNEP reaches over half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty, and nearly 70 percent indicate being of minority status. This is important because chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences.