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South Wales Food Poverty Alliance

Food poverty in Wales is unacceptable. Our vision is to enable all individuals, families and communities in Wales to have secure access to affordable, nutritious and sustainable food daily, which makes up a socially and culturally acceptable diet and the skills and knowledge to properly enjoy such food and to advocate for the reduction in household food insecurity in order to respect, protect and fulfil the right to food.

Members: Food Cardiff; Oxfam Cymru; WRAP Cymru; Trussell Trust; Fareshare Cymru; Swansea Council; Public Health Wales; Cardiff & Vale LHB; Community Housing Cymru; Tai Calon; Cardiff University; Children in Wales

Established: 2015

Food Poverty In South Wales: A Call to Action (English) (February 2019)

Tlodi Bwyd Yn Ne Cymru: Galwad I Weithredu (Cymraeg) (Chwefror 2019)

 A report mapping food poverty across South Wales which includes nine calls to action for Welsh Government to end hunger in Welsh communities. 

Mapping food poverty across multiple local authority areas (September 2018)

An interim look at the process of mapping of food poverty across 13 local authorities the South Wales.


Hayley Richards

Policy & Advocacy Officer
Oxfam Cymru


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