2023 State Project
Our goal is to reduce childhood hunger within Oklahoma by raising awareness and supporting local efforts that emphasize child hunger relief.
2022 State Project
Oklahoma food insecurities continues a second year as the OHCE State Project. Food insecurity is defined by the USDA as a household level economic and social condition of limited or uncertain access to adequate food. Our goal is to raise awareness, support local efforts, and collaborate to connect people to resources to reduce the youth food insecurity crisis within our own communities.
2021 State Project
Oklahoma has some of the worst food insecurity statistics in the nation. Food insecurity is defined by the USDA as a household level economic and social condition of limited or uncertain access to adequate food. During the pandemic, the number of children in Oklahoma facing food insecurity has risen. Our proposed goal is to raise awareness and reduce the food insecurity crisis in our own communities.
2019 State Project
Women's Health Education continues a second year as the OHCE State Project. The mission is to develop a program that educates women on cardiovascular disease, discovery, care and available resources. In this second year of the project, the emphasis is women's cardiovascular disease and stroke symptoms. Please click on the above link for details.
2018 State Project
The state project is Women's Health Education. Janice Hermann is the OSU Specialist Advisor to this project. OHCE state project co-chairs are: Marilyn Gibson and Linda Sader. Click on link above for more information.