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Boua Drame was malnourished, but he put on more than a half a pound of weight when his mother attended a 12-day World Vision course in nutrition and food preparation.

Bringing their own food and cooking together, mothers in Mali learn to provide nutritious food for their children.

The training transformed the cooking habits of mothers. Now they make balanced meals packed with vitamins, carbohydrates, and protein.

Isaiah 29:8 “as when a hungry person dreams of eating, but awakens hungry still…”

Lord, fulfill the dreams of the hungry with abundant food.

Photo ©2012 Justin Douglass/World Vision

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