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One of the six guiding principles of SNAP-Ed is coordination and collaboration. SNAP-Ed coordinates activities with other national, State, and local nutrition education and health promotion initiatives and interventions. Through coordination and collaboration, SNAP-Ed can leverage resources, funding, and enhance activities to create more effective, accessible programming, and healthier communities.
This new page is currently being updated to include information, examples, and resources on SNAP-Ed collaboration. Check out FNS’s Strategic Plan to Improve Collaboration with Partner Organizations, to learn how SNAP-Ed plans to enhance collaboration at the national level.