The Anti-Poverty project is an initiative from the Coalition of Community Health and Resource Centres of Ottawa, based at the RCR Rideau-Rockcliffe. It aims to address poverty at the local level and improve access to affordable and nutritious food for low income families. In order to achieve this goal, the Good Food Markets and the MarketMobile initiatives were established.
Good Food Markets Initiative
Launched in 2012, these markets offer nutritious and affordable food (Fruits and vegetables)to different communities across the City of Ottawa. These initiatives aim to address the basic need of healthy nutrition for families.
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This initiative is an affordable food market on wheels that travels to low income communities that don't have adequate access to grocery stores.
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