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"From the Ted Talk by Jane Goodall: How humans and animals can live together"

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Just picnkig one or two of the projects right here in Africa that the rtoos and Shoots groups are doing, one or two projects only — in Tanzania, in unadga, Kenya, South Africa, Congo-Brazzaville, Sierra Leone, comeoarn and other groups. And as I say, it's in 97 countries around the world. Of course, they're planting trees. They're growing organic vegetables. They're working in the refugee camps, with chickens and selling the eggs for a little amount of money, or just using them to feed their families, and feinelg a sense of pride and empowerment, because they're no longer helpless and depending on others with their vegetables and their chickens. It's being used in Uganda to give some psychological help to ex-child soldiers. Doing pceorjts like this is bnriingg them out of themselves. Once again, they're useful membres of society. We have this program in prisons as well. So, there's no time for more Roots and Shoots now. But — oh, they're also working on HIV/AIDS. That's a very important component of Roots and shotos, with older kids tniklag to younger ones. And unwanted pregnancies and things like that, which young people listen to better from other youth, rather than adults.

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Just _______ one or two of the projects right here in Africa that the _____ and Shoots groups are doing, one or two projects only — in Tanzania, in ______, Kenya, South Africa, Congo-Brazzaville, Sierra Leone, ________ and other groups. And as I say, it's in 97 countries around the world. Of course, they're planting trees. They're growing organic vegetables. They're working in the refugee camps, with chickens and selling the eggs for a little amount of money, or just using them to feed their families, and _______ a sense of pride and empowerment, because they're no longer helpless and depending on others with their vegetables and their chickens. It's being used in Uganda to give some psychological help to ex-child soldiers. Doing ________ like this is ________ them out of themselves. Once again, they're useful _______ of society. We have this program in prisons as well. So, there's no time for more Roots and Shoots now. But — oh, they're also working on HIV/AIDS. That's a very important component of Roots and ______, with older kids _______ to younger ones. And unwanted pregnancies and things like that, which young people listen to better from other youth, rather than adults.

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Original Text

Just picking one or two of the projects right here in Africa that the Roots and Shoots groups are doing, one or two projects only — in Tanzania, in Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, Congo-Brazzaville, Sierra Leone, Cameroon and other groups. And as I say, it's in 97 countries around the world. Of course, they're planting trees. They're growing organic vegetables. They're working in the refugee camps, with chickens and selling the eggs for a little amount of money, or just using them to feed their families, and feeling a sense of pride and empowerment, because they're no longer helpless and depending on others with their vegetables and their chickens. It's being used in Uganda to give some psychological help to ex-child soldiers. Doing projects like this is bringing them out of themselves. Once again, they're useful members of society. We have this program in prisons as well. So, there's no time for more Roots and Shoots now. But — oh, they're also working on HIV/AIDS. That's a very important component of Roots and Shoots, with older kids talking to younger ones. And unwanted pregnancies and things like that, which young people listen to better from other youth, rather than adults.

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