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Impacts and Reporting: National EFNEP Reports

EFNEP reaches roughly a half a million low-income adults and low-income families each year. Routinely, 80 percent or more EFNEP families report living at or below 100 percent of poverty and 70 percent indicate being of minority status. 

Chronic disease and poor health disproportionately affects minority and low-income audiences. Annual data confirms graduates: improve their diets, improve their nutrition practices, stretch their food dollars farther, handle food more safely, and increase their physical activity levels.

National data collection and reporting has evolved. The following webpages include annual national impact reports and detailed National Data Reports. EFNEP data by university is available through USDA's Research, Education and Economics Information System (REEIS). Data collected prior to 1999 is not available electronically.

Please note: All links below send email requests. If you need multiple reports, please email and specify the type of report (Impact Report or National Data Reports) and the specific years.

EFNEP Data: 2018-Present

Archived Content

In an effort to keep current, the archive contains outdated information that may not reflect current policy or programs. To access the Impact Report and/or the National Data Report from the years 1999 to 2017, click here for request with the specifying the year. 


Farm bill priority areas
Food Safety, Nutrition, and Health

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