Here are a few special messages of thanks from the children and families you helped support last year.
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“It is very important for youth to learn about sexual and reproductive health and rights. They will be able to make well informed decisions about their life … and so much more.” – Catherine, 16, Uganda
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“The interesting thing about pigs is that they are magical if well managed.”
– Flavia, pig farmer and mom to 9-year-old Jordan, Uganda
“Since our diets have improved, my children no longer have frequent flus and colds and are much healthier.”
– REBECCA, 40, UGANDA