User talk:Corinthiandiosa

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Welcome[edit]

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Food security is a great topic, and there is not a gender discussion on the Food security article so it seems that you found something which has not been done before. Right now there are only these articles in that category - Category:Food_security. Good luck with your project. Write me if you have questions. Blue Rasberry (talk) 23:51, 27 February 2012 (UTC)

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Peer Review University of Utah[edit]

Hey, I wasn't sure how much of the section you did, so I went through all of the "achieving..." one

“Achieving food security” Your introduction is a little disorganized. You start with hunger stats across the world then switch to the US, then address the FAO, USAID, and UN MDGs. I just think it could be a little clearer.

“The agriculture-hunger-poverty nexus” I really liked this section, no edits

“Gender and Food Security” I thought this section was very clear, no edits

“Barriers to Gendered Food Security” I liked this one, too; the sections were good. Minor edit: the last section under “Barriers” shouldn’t have a period or an equal sign after it (I don’t think)

“Gender and Global Food Security Policy” I think that quote from Clinton is nice, but totally unnecessary (sorry!). Also, if you had the inclination/time, I would recommend explaining all of the policy suggestions (like what are special safeguard mechanism? and what type of research?) or at least the ones with no links to other pages.

“Biotechnology for smallholders in the (sub)tropics” No edits.

Fmveblen (talk) 22:59, 22 April 2012 (UTC)

Response.[edit]

Thank you, I changed just about everything you suggested. Sorry it wasn't clearer, but my sections were the Gender and Food Security bit, ending just before the bio-tech section. To avoid confusion about the continuation of my subject into that one, I moved the biotech section under another heading. Corinthiandiosa (talk) 15:03, 25 April 2012 (UTC)Corinthiandiosa

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