EFOD CASE STUDIEs
EFOD organizations are doing amazing work around the country, but often struggle to obtain necessary financing. Here are some practical examples of how these organizations must innovate to build equitable community food systems.
CDFI CASE STUDIEs
How Innovative CDFIs Fund Equitable Food Oriented Development
This report, prepared by the Duke World Food Policy Center, explores how three Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) drive economic growth in low-income and historically marginalized communities through Equitable Food Oriented Development (EFOD), a community development model that supports locally owned food-based economies (EFOD Collaborative, 2019). This research seeks to understand the practices of CDFIs that are effective funders of EFOD in their communities. Read report..
View the EFOD webinar hosted by The Wallace Center in October 2019: