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Evaluation of Food Stamp Research Grants To Improve Access Through New Technology and Partnerships

Last Modified: 10/29/2013
Thursday, September 1, 2005

Low participation rates among low-income people eligible for food stamp benefits have prompted a number of outreach and public education efforts. In 2002, the Food and Nutrition Service awarded $5 million in grants to community-based organizations in 15 States to investigate how to increase participation among people eligible for food stamp benefits. The evaluation of these grants describes the features and outcomes of these 18 projects.

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