Journal of Social Science & Medicine. Assessment This is an article that discusses the fundamental human rights, such as the right to sufficient quality and quantity of food. In the subject, of assessing the conditions of poverty and food security, this article is exceptionally extensive, and it also assesses the relation between the two factors. This article focuses on the obligations of the international and states human rights to poverty alleviation and food security. It exhibits the social and policy aspects that coherently reduce the chances of people attaining sufficient food and living standards at the household level. There is proper examination of the lack and requirements of the nations to include and implement policies and incentives to increase food availability consequently alleviating poverty. It also addresses the various aspects that can be employed to alleviate poverty through attaining stable food security such as addressing income sufficiency, fulfillment of state responsibilities to human rights, application of antipoverty strategies, and the application of research recommendations on food security. This article mainly intends to capture the attention of policy makers and institutions dealing with food security. It is also aims to address the general public and inform them about their rights and responsibilities of the state towards their food requirements. The article is broadly expressive of the issue of food security in alleviating poverty, and it is in a clear and straight forward language that is easy to understand by even the local public. The author is a lecturer and holder of a PhD in food situations of developing worlds. Though this article is in a way that it can attest to the real situation, I cannot help but detect bias from the content. The author has more focus on attacking the nations and policy makers as an activist would and almost entirely ignores the role of the populations in contributing to poverty and food insecurity. Source: Zaleski, E. (2010) Food Security and Poverty: What Can be Done Each Day. The international development index blog. 22 April 2010. Assessment This is a web page article that mainly focuses on the state of poverty and food security in relation with the little that can be done every day to improve these conditions. It addresses the various causes for food insecurity and poverty in the world and the broad programs employed to combat this. It particularly tries to bring into light the things people can do to make the conditions better. This it does through the conduction of a survey on all the various ways through which people personally contribute to the food insecurity and poverty in their everyday life activities. This is to make them responsible hence create the need to want to impact a change to the current conditions in them. This is a capacity building article. It mainly aims at building the masses towards taking actions themselves to tackle the issues of poverty and food insecurity. As such, this is an article meant to target the public and the various institutions that deal with recruiting the masses towards a common from to alleviate poverty and food insecurity. It gives them a solid platform to convince people on their responsibilities as individuals towards the issue. The language structure is in line with the intent of the content. It is straightforward and easy to understand
Source Evaluation Name: Institution: Source Evaluation Poverty and the world food security Poverty and world food security is a sensitive issue that is raising concerns across all levels from policy makers, to the local public individuals. There are experiences of increased state in rates of poverty and lack of sufficient food…
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