What's for Dinner?


Mothers in Uganda bring healthy homegrown ingredients to cooking classes where they learn to prepare foods that will keep their children from becoming malnourished.

All the mothers bring ingredients for 12 days straight. They cook together. They feed their children. They weigh them.

After 12 days, most children become healthier. And the mothers leave, knowing how to feed them properly with food they don’t have to buy. The children are also dewormed and tested for malaria.

Led by World Vision Uganda community development facilitator, mothers learn to cook nutritious meals for their children and families in World Vision classes. The program, called PD Hearth, teaches moms to save children who are not thriving.

There’s power in wholesome food prepared with love.

Photo© 2016 World Vision, Jon Warren

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