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    Protecting soils, crops and animals from threats such as erosions, pests, diseases etc is a constant concern in agriculture, but the idea of “protection” goes much further than that. For example in agriculture ones fields must be protected, the soil must be protected, and sources of water must be protected as well. Similarly biodiversity and natural resources must also be protected. Beyond the learning field and environment, the animals that a farmer raise must be protected and, perhaps most imp ortant, one must protect oneself. The “3 Hs” − Health of humans, Health of animals and Health of plants – are all vital to the well-being of the participants and their communities. While participants learn how to protect their crops from pests and disease the link to life will enable them to also learn how to protect themselves from threats such as HIV. This module can be complemented with some exercises from the “Threats and loss” module. This module contains sample exercises for each of the le arning activities, plus a number of sample energizers and cultural activities that can be used to keep the participants engaged and reinforce their learning. The provided activities should serve as samples to be modifies and applied as appropriate. The important thing is that all main building blocks of a typical JFFLS session are included in each learning session.

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