Emerging Good Practice in the use of Fresh Food Vouchers (ACF)

November 4, 2014

The purpose of this Good Practice Review is to provide practitioners with information on emerging good practice in the use of Fresh Food Vouchers (FFV), as well as practical examples from the field.

In the Introduction, the GPR reiterates the nature of a fresh food voucher and explains some advantages and disadvantages to using the approach, based on learning from ACF and others. Subsequently, 22 “good practices”, organised to coincide with the programme cycle, are described – specifically, when are FFVs an appropriate response option and FFV design and implementation issues.

To help the field worker replicate these good practices, relevant text and tools that ACF detail in their various Guidelines and Manuals are further referenced by source document, chapter and page number at the end of this GPR.

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Briefing Kit