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.

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Are you interested in bringing a nutrition sensitive lens to your active development and/or regenerative agriculture programs?

Please use this form to submit your request to receive the FOOD FLUENCY CORE CURRICULUM for FREE! This is intended for groups anywhere in the world who are looking to add a nutrition-sensitive supplementary program to their ongoing agriculture and other sustainable community development programs.

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March 2023 update

The Food Fluency pilot program was implemented last month in Suakoko, Bong County, Liberia in partnership with Women in Agriculture for Sustainable Development (WASUDEV). As we reflect on the pilot program and take in the lessons learned from seeing it on the ground, Food Fluency is open to new partners! If you or someone you know wants to add a nutrition-sensitive lens to agriculture / community development programs- please get in touch (scroll down for contact info).

We're grateful to all of our crowdfund donors as well as the Mandela Washington Fellowship for the financial support that made our first program possible.

Click here to see highlights from Liberia: Newsletter & Video

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Your financial contributions support Food Fluency's mission to reach communities worldwide with nutrition-sensitive agriculture. These funds specifically will go towards implementing nutrition workshops with partners in the Central American Dry Corridor region where there are severe threats from climate extremes and food insecurity. These workshops aim to enhance dietary practices and health outcomes in an effort to transform the conventional food system that is depleting human and ecosystem health in the process of desertification of an entire region.