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Network for a Healthy California-African American Campaign

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About Us

Fruit, Vegetable, and Physical Activity Toolbox for Community Educators!

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The Network for a Healthy California — African American Campaign, funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Stamp Program is designed to improve the health of the low-income African American community by providing education, advocacy, and policy development about healthy eating and physical activity. The Campaigns key objectives are to:


*Empower African American adult women, ages 18-54, and their families to consume the recommended levels of fruits and vegetables and be physically active every day at least 60 minutes for adults, children and teens.

*Encourage food secure households by promoting participation in nutrition assistance programs.

*Create environments where healthy eating and physical activity are socially supported and easy to do.

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Contact

Amina Sheik Mohamed
African American Campaign Manager
Phone : (619) 681-0641

Lakeysha Sheik-Mohamed
African American Campaign Coordinator
lsowunmi@ucsd.edu
Phone: (619) 681.0648
 

 

 

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