A guide to using the Food Power Collective Impact Tracker
This guide is to help you to understand and use the Food Power Collective Impact Tracker. The tracker was created to support food poverty alliances to explore the difference they are making by working together collectively. The guide includes some examples from food poverty alliances who have been working with Food Power to develop the Tracker. You can download the tracker tool itself (Excel file) from the Food Power website.
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