Alignment of Objectives to PESRAC

Support a community sector alliance to inform Government decision-making, advocate sector concerns, share information, monitor demand and contribute to the development of community-based solutions and build local capacity to sustain long-term change. This alliance will liaise directly with the Department of Communities Tasmania.

PESRAC's Interim Report - Recommendation  62

The State Government should plan and transition from increased emergency food relief provision towards community-based and school based food security models.

PESRAC's Final Report - Recommendation 31

Expand on recent trails of school lunch provision to include greater school and community provision

Food Literacy and Nutrition

Community led co-design

Data  Gathering

Sector  Leadership

Capacity Building

 

Adopt a place-based approach to community  food  security models  and not a 'one size fits all' approach.

Connection

Community led co-design

Data Gathering

Sector Leadership

Capacity Building

Lived experience

Food Literacy and Nutrition

Strengthening Food Systems

Understanding Systems

  

Governance

Include strong links to local agricultural and hospitality businesses including training opportunities for program participants.

Connection

Capacity Building

Data Gathering

Local  Food Systems

Strengthening Food Systems

Understanding  Systems

  

Governance

Scaleable in design so that any potential increase in demand for emergency  food  relief  can be managed in a rapid and effective manner.

Connection

Community led co-design

Data Gathering

Sector Leadership

Capacity Building

Governance

Local Food Systems

Strengthening Food Systems

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