Community-Driven Strategies to Reduce Food Insecurity and Hunger among Latinos

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All children and families should have the opportunity to lead a long, healthy, and productive life. However, too many Americans lack critical building blocks for good health, including consistent access to affordable, nutritious food. Community health workers at community-based organizations play a significant role in responding to the needs of local communities and putting into action culturally relevant approaches to reduce food insecurity.

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