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Title

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – Education (SNAP-Ed) Toolkit

Funding Dates

2018-2020

Description

Logo for the SNAP-Ed Toolkit (a bicycle with a basket of produce)The SNAP-Ed Toolkit  includes a searchable database and information on 136 evidence-based obesity prevention and policy, systems, and environmental change (PSE) interventions for use by SNAP-Ed implementers. Additionally, it includes an interactive version of the 51 evaluation indicators from the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework and associated content from its Interpretive Guide. These combined resources guide and support the implementation, evaluation, and reporting of evidence-based SNAP-Ed programs, which are designed to help families on a limited budget make healthy eating and physical activity choices. The SNAP-Ed Toolkit team works closely with USDA Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) staff and the SNAP-Ed Toolkit Working group to coordinate the review process for the inclusion of new interventions into the Toolkit as well as to maintain and further improve the Toolkit. 

Research Areas 

Cardiovascular Health, Obesity, & Diabetes
Children’s Health
Health Equity
Healthy Food Access
Nutrition & Physical Activity
Rural Health

Principal Investigator

Molly De Marco, PhD, MPH

Funding

US Department of Agriculture

Links

SNAP-Ed Toolkit website