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Gender-Based Food Insecurity: Implications for Policy Design

Gender-Based Food Insecurity and its Paradox

Q:Why are women and girls more susceptible to hunger and food insecurity and what actions are needed to change this situation? Food insecurity is gender-biased i.e., significantly more women than men suffer from food insecurity, and yet, women are often the major food producers and managers of household food systems around the world. Explain this paradox and its implications for designing policy and actions for eradicating food insecurity. I also attached an audio file by my professor regarding the details of this Critical Search paper Kindly, please use the appropriate APA references in both texts and at the end of the research paper

Read the topic below to write a research review and listen to the audio(will be submitted later on) on the assignment

Food insecurity is gender-biased i.e., significantly more women than men suffer from food insecurity, and yet, women are often the major food producers and managers of household food systems around the world. Explain this paradox and its implications for designing policy and actions for eradicating food insecurity. The question you need to answer is:

Q:Why are women and girls more susceptible to hunger and food insecurity and what actions are needed to change this situation? Please do not simply give opinions – back up your perspective with evidence from respected sources.

Please do not simply provide a list of gender differences regarding food insecurity – explain why there are differences – give examples – if you are quoting statistics, get the most recent statistics for differences where possible. Balance your paper by identifying successful initiatives to improve gender equality regarding food security. Explain why they are successful and wat the implications are for future policy and practice. Avoid plagiarism and copy and paste. Read papers and draw your own conclusions based on the evidence and use the papers to support them

-Whichever country or countries you look at, provide the most recent statistics on food insecurity. Carefully consider why food insecurity occurs and justify your perspective with evidence. Opinions are not enough – this is a critical review and it requires data and evidence from which you can draw conclusions about why food insecurity occurs in countries that are economically-rich and food-rich.

-Length of paper: 1200 to 1400 words maximum, excluding any diagrams or reference lists (weighting 25% of total grade). Please try not to go over the limit of words too much.

-Title, citations, reference lists: Please ensure your assignment has a title. Fully cite all references in the text if you are using information from other sources and provide a correct reference list at the end of your assignment, even if you have only been using one reference. Check the “APA” guidelines that have been provided on the topic board “Important files to download” for information on how to correctly represent information sources in your assignments.

Reasons for Women's Greater Susceptibility to Hunger

-Web page articles should only be used sparingly and should not form the basis of your information sources. Never use Wikipedia. You should have at least six to seven references.

-An appropriate title

-Introduction

-Review and analysis of the topic

-Summary and conclusions

-Reference list

Diagrams, Photos, Tables – If you use any of these visual means to support your review, please give each a number with a title (above the figure) and a citation (below the figure). You must also refer to the figure in your text to demonstrate its purpose in supporting a particular aspect of your review. Check APA style for Tables, diagrams and photos at Purdue Writing Lab – Tables & Figures.

References You should seek information from peer-reviewed sources and/or reports from national government agencies, national NGOs and research institutions and/or international agencies and institutions.

 Media sources should only be used to show what the prevailing public opinions are on a food security topic but not as research evidence for analyzing a specific issue in food security.

Web page articles should only be used sparingly and should not form the basis of your information sources. Never use Wikipedia. You should have at least six to seven references.

All references must be in APA style – please use the  APA Quick Guide 7th Edition or Purdue Writing Lab for APA 7th Edition. Marks will be deducted for more than four citation and reference errors. If you are unsure of how to cite or reference a source, please contact me to help you.

-Content presentation= 10% i.e. paper should have a title, appropriate paragraphing and reference list that presents references in the correct order – footnotes should be used where appropriate if you want to add extra information about a specific issue you are discussing

-Quality of discussion about content= 80% i.e. should provide an introduction and a logical and well-organized flow of ideas culminating in an appropriate summary and/or conclusion. You need to demonstrate that you have a grasp of the subject material.

-Citation and references= 10% - by now, you should have a grasp of how to cite and reference correctly – please make sure you utilize the “Citations and References” guidelines I have provided.

There should be at least four to five peer-reviewed references or reports/briefs from national and international organizations. You can have additional references beyond these four to five, which can be web pages, media information or other sources. However, your most important references should be from established journals; books by well-known researchers on food issues; reports by government, non-government and international agencies; news or web articles by well-known leaders on food issues – please do not use Wikipedia – it is not an acceptable reference source.

Note: The Citations and References comprise slightly more of the assignment mark now as you are expected to be more proficient having done your first assignment – if you have any queries about citing and referencing, please contact the instructor before submitting your assignment, if you need any advice.

Note on capital letters: Do not use capital letters in the middle of titles for your references – capital letters should only be used for people’s names, place names, recognized official names of organizations, methodologies, etc. All other words in a title should not be capitalized. See below for two examples:

Spieldoch, A. (2007). A row to hoe: The gender impact of trade liberalization on our food system, agricultural markets, and women’s human rights [International Gender and Trade Network Report]. Geneva, Switzerland: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

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