Search Resources (English): Food insecurity, Centres of Excellence for Womens Health (CEWH)

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“Recipes for hunger: Saskatchewan women speak about food insecurity”, a webinar for organizations across Canada  
http://www.pwhce.ca/news_webinarFeb.htm

Explores in a webinar format how policies & initiatives aimed to address food security (right to food) influence women’s health in urban, rural and remote locations in Saskatchewan. Reports on research by Prairie Women’s Health Centre of Excellence researcher Yvonne Hanson, entitled “Gender Lens on Food Insecurity: Comparative Case Studies on Women’s Health in Urban, Rural and Remote Locations in Saskatchewan”. (54 minutes)

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Published: February 2011
Recipes for food insecurity: women’s stories from Saskatchewan  
http://www.pwhce.ca/recipesFoodInsecurity.html

Explores how food insecurity, policies and programs affect women's health and well-being. Finds that low income is the most significant risk factor for food insecurity for women and Aboriginal off reserve households are most likely to experience food insecurity.

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Published: 2011