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  • 1 Growing communities Global gardeners
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  • 2 Food, glorious food!
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  • 3 Maize grown in Africa
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  • 4 Orange trees in Brazil
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  • 5 Mangoes in Senegal
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  • 6 Lunch freshly grown in Malawi
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  • 7 Oranges in El Salvador not ripe yet!
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  • 8 A cacao pod ready for harvest. Do you know what is made from the cacao bean? CHOCOLATE!
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  • 9 Meet some global gardeners
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  • 10 Jethro School garden monitor, Mthombotemba primary school, Zimbabwe This gardens very important because we need the beans and vegetables that we get from it. These crops help us.
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  • 11 Naomi Rainwater harvesting in Kenya
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  • 12 Here there is a really bad drought and so many people in this country are suffering. We have really been praying for rain...
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  • 13 Alejandro Growing vegetables in a greenhouse, Bolivia with some help from some wriggly worms We make enough to eat and to sell, but only now that we have the compost from the worms. Before we only had enough for ourselves.
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  • 14 Bolivia Bernardina Mendosa with her son in the familys new greenhouse that is used for growing fruit and vegetables.
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  • 15 Honduras Can you see which fruit Santo and his father Hernan are harvesting? Pineapples!
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  • 16 Honduras Frederico and his father Crispin covering seedlings to protect them from the sun.
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  • 17 UK Organic gardening at Hawes Down infant school
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  • 18 Ibrahim Sitting in his mango tree, Senegal As well as providing shade, this mango tree provides fruit for Ibrahims family to eat and sell.
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  • 20 Watering potato plants in Senegal
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  • 21 Clara and Sara, Bolivia Their family grow cocoa seeds. Here, Clara opens the fruit of a cacao tree.
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  • 22 Picking grapefruit in Bolivia
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  • 23 Looking after the bean crop in Malawi
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  • 24 Fankesi and the familys treadle pump, Malawi The family's main harvest failed because of the lack of water. But with the help of a water pump, the maize is now growing.
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  • 25 Digging for grasshopper eggs in Mali
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  • 26 Mintwab Attending an environment club in Ethiopia 'Our lives depend on plants and trees, so it's important to tell people to plant them instead of burning them and cutting them down.'