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The Food For Life (FFL) Project was conceptualized to respond to the food crisis facing many countries in Africa. The solution lies in the population being able to produce enough food for their families amid scarce resources such as water and land and relying on the natural weather patterns. In this context, the FFL Project was initiated in 2003 in South Africa with the aim of contributing to the fight against hunger in Africa by equipping the youth (6 to 18 years old Scouts) with agricultural skills to produce their own food. These guide books are designed to assist the Scouts and their Leaders in implementing the project in their troops

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from Kenya, 6 years ago

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Adults in Scouting
Youth Programme
Youth Engagement
Scouting and Humanitarian Action

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