Hunger in America 2001 provides a comprehensive profile of the incidence and nature of hunger and food insecurity in the U.S. Our study provides extensive demographic profiles of emergency food clients at charitable feeding agencies and comprehensive information on the nature and efficacy of local agencies in meeting the food security needs of clients.
The study is the largest of its kind. More than 32,000 individuals agreed to share their personal stories with us through face-to-face interviews at charitable emergency hunger-relief agencies like pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters. Nearly 24,000 local emergency hunger-relief agencies completed survey questionnaires about their efforts to serve millions of hungry Americans.
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Title: Hunger in America 2001
Publication date 2001-10-01
Publication Year 2001
Feeding America (formerly America's Second Harvest)
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