"We have learned about the three food groups—protein, fats, and carbohydrates—and how to mix them properly, something we didn't know how to do before," Nizigiyimana said. "By doing this, our children have gained weight, have much better appetites, and are happier overall."
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According to Online and New Media Editor at Pathfinder International, Jaime-Alexis Fowler, this is a critical conversation starter to discuss one of the greatest risks for women: lack of access to quality reproductive health care
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In Vietnam, a project to increase education in reproductive healthis met with success.
Supported by international donors, particularly Pathfinder International, which was the execution and technical support agency, the project expanded in 2006 to cover eight of the nation's 10 medical schools throughout the country.