Started in 1997, the Global Hunger interventions form the basis of the key theoretical tenets of the culture-centered approach, exploring the role of voice infrastructures at the margins in challenging and transforming unhealthy structures. Since its inception, the project has grown to nine countries spanning five continents and developed across over thirty communities. The voice infrastructures co-created in communities at the margins has resulted in community-led food gardens, community-led initiatives for food distribution, food distribution systems owned by households and people experiencing poverty, media campaigns documenting the scale and depth of hunger experienced by communities at the margins, and community-led advocacy.
NUS researchers launch online campaign to raise awareness of poverty in Singapore
LR- Transcript 1 posted by LaReina Hingson on March 23, 2012
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