Food Fluency supports partners with their initiatives for food system transformation through community weaving,
food education and program design. This work aims to encourage and enable people to love their relationship with food.
Your contributions nourish the foundation of Food Fluency's international work,
an innovative food skills training and education program.
Watch the crowdfunding video below from Michelle & Hawa to learn more and consider supporting this work!
Funds raised in this campaign will go to supporting the first three pilot program workshops and aim to strengthen WASUDEV's existing agricultural and economic activities in Liberian communities. Now that WASUDEV is increasing communities’ access to diverse food crops, the Food Fluency workshops will address proper utilization of them to optimize dietary practices in line with cultural and bioregional considerations. When asked, the WASUDEV women farmers said that nutrition and health are the priority skills and knowledge to learn because without good health, nothing else is possible. The plan is to turn this initial momentum into a viable, impactful and sustainable business that can be scaled and adapted to communities worldwide and will generate its own income through partner fees on a sliding scale.
The pilot program will provide the foundation to a framework for the Community Level Food System & Nutritional Assessment as well as two modules of the workshop curriculum. We'll then be able to scale and adapt the program with other partner organizations around the world.
By supporting this campaign, you’re not just donating to a humanitarian cause, but actually nourishing the foundation of what could grow into an innovative social and environmental movement for food system transformation. Learn more.
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