Resources for Professionals

Congressional Hunger Center logo Congressional Hunger Center

Congressional Hunger Center.

Provides anti-hunger publications for professionals. Offers anti-hunger leadership training and fellowships, including:


World Health Organization logo Department of Nutrition for Health and Development

UN. World Health Organization.

Provides information on malnutrition and describes the 2025 global targets to improve maternal, infant, and young child nutrition.


FNIC Resource List logo Food and Nutrition Resource Guide for Homeless Shelters, Soup Kitchens, and Food Banks (PDF | 254 KB)

USDA. NAL. Food and Nutrition Information Center.

Provides food and nutrition education materials for use by individuals working in homeless shelters, soup kitchens, food banks, and related facilities.


How to Get Food Help cover How to Get Food Help

USDA. Food and Nutrition Service.

Use this brochure to educate consumers about social services and FNS nutrition assistance program eligibility and applications.


FANTA III Logo Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance (FANTA)

USAID. Academy for Educational Development.

Provides information about strengthening food security through nutrition policies, strategies, programs, and systems.


Food and Agriculture Organization Global Strategic Framework on Food Security and Nutrition

UN. FAO. Committee on World Food Security.

Assists countries in improving regional, national, and local food security.


MyPlate logo Healthy Eating on a Budget

USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.

Provides resources for educators and community professionals for educating individuals about healthy but affordable eating.


IFPRI logo International Food Policy Research Institute

International Food Policy Research Institute.

Identifies and analyzes sustainable solutions for ending hunger and poverty.


University of Illinois logo Making the Most of Your Food Basket Donations

University of Illinois Extension.

Offers tips for making your food drive more nutritious and meeting the needs of recipients and families.


Bread for the World logo Research Papers

Bread for the World.

Analyzes issues and legislation that affect hungry and poor people.


Sustain

Sustain.

Explore projects that apply science and technology to improve nutrition in developing countries.