Building Movement Project conducts learning circles to deepen understanding of childhood obesity among those participating in emergency food services, educate parents and community about efforts to reduce the incidence of childhood obesity and engage CHIRP partners and other organizations to share skills, strategies and tools to address the problem.
Offers provider-training sessions to help those engaged in emergency food services understand the broader issues and develop more effective strategies to create change.
Provides trainings to help parents/caregivers and service providers grow the skills to address social determinants of health through civic engagement in public policy, advocacy and community organizing.
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