APA HEALIN’ Releases “Planting Seeds of Change” Report with Funding from APPEAL

In New York, APPEAL partner, APA HEALIN’ (Health Eating and Active Living in our Neighborhoods) has been busy sharing their recent publication, “Planting Seeds of Change: Strategies for Engaging Asian Pacific Americans in Healthy Eating and Active Living Initiatives.”

In New York, APPEAL partner, APA HEALIN’ (Health Eating and Active Living in our Neighborhoods) has been busy sharing their recent publication, “Planting Seeds of Change: Strategies for Engaging Asian Pacific Americans in Healthy Eating and Active Living Initiatives.” In the report, APA HEALIN’ summarizes the findings of surveys, informant interviews, and the explorations of a Photovoice project on the challenges around healthy eating and active living in New York City’s Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities. The coalition is now sharing the policy recommendations and strategies for inclusion in the report with a variety of food reform and public health stakeholders in an effort to ensure that AAs and NHPIs are included in broader initiatives on healthy foods and built environment.

APA HEALIN’ received funding from APPEAL as part of the National Asian American and Pacific Islander Network to Eliminate Health Disparities (NAPNEHD) Project. You can see the full report, including the policy recommendations here.

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