Food Ladders Mapping
For each organisation please provide a brief description of each activity they do and how it maps onto the food ladders.
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Name of organisation *
About the organisation--Provide a short description of the main purpose of the organisation. *
Catching activities
These are activities that tend to do to--where there is a clear service provider (paid or unpaid) and a service user.
Food: These activities include emergency parcels, COVID parcels, Soup kitchens.
Social: These activities are those that do to recipients to help social and mental health. E.g., mental health support, volunteers who collect groceries or come clean etc., befriending activities where the volunteer is not a peer--usually 1-to-1 activity.
Economic: These activities tend to be free to the user.
Capacity-building activities
These are activities that tend to do with. The boundary between service provider and service user is blurred. Some elements of the activity will be led more formally, while participants may self organise some parts of the activity. There is some learning involved that is structured.
Food: These activities expand food literacy and include cooking lessons, pantry schemes that expose people to new foods, school learning, gardening within a structured environment.
Social: Regular activities that are organised with the intention of bringing people together. Breakfast clubs, afterschool clubs, craft sessions, social eating shared meals.
Economic: Interventions that help to stretch budgets and improve business, economic and financial sklls, e.g. voucher schemes, financial, mentoring, training classes and seminars.
Transformation activities
These activities are self-directed and help to transform the foodscape.
Food: Self-organised cooking, procurement, growing, eating. e.g., allotments that belong to the group, cooperative buying clubs, Cooperative farming, cooperative cooking. Activities that innovate locally, for example introducing a new food product, technique or revive an old one that had gone out of use to a place.
Social: Self-organised activities that are designed and directed by residents to meet their own local needs. Where community members are involved in the decision making and future direction of activities. Generates group belonging and multiple social ties.
Economic: Local production, employment generating, creates economic markets, generates profit.
Activity 1: What the food activity is and a brief description of the organisation
Activity 1: Food Domain domain description
Activity 1: Social Domain description
Activity 1 Economic Domain Description
Activity 1
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