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: Batatu bakatiwe igifungo cy’imyaka 30 bazira gushaka kwica perezida mushya
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uyobora yavanyeho inzego zose za association z'iyi kipe uretse rumwe.
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Uyu munsi u ruratangiza gahunda yo kwandikira kwa muganga abana bakivuka mu bitabo by'irangamimerere batiriwe bajya ku murenge. Biranajyana no kwandukuza abapfuye batiriwe bajya ku murenge.
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: Ubushakashatsi bwakorewe mu buraburira ko iyivura iri gucika intege
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The Source Post Aug 5
v) Eggs; vi) Vitamin-A rich fruits and vegetables and vii) Other fruits and vegetables. They will also be sensitized on food expenditure to increase income to purchase nutritious foods they do not produce.
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The Source Post Aug 5
Replying to @USAIDHingaWeze
Food groups which will be promoted to increase the dietary diversity for children and women include: i) Grains, roots and tubers; ii) Legumes and nuts; iii) Dairy products (milk, yogurt, cheese); iv) Flesh foods (meat, fish, poultry and liver/organ meats);
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The Source Post Aug 5
There is a mobilization to the community on the elimination of social norms that are barrier to complementary feeding and initiate joint collaboration on prevention and reduction of malnutrition in Rwanda.
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The Source Post Aug 5
Replying to @thesourcepost
Those mainly lactating and expectant mothers, to practice exclusive breastfeeding for the 1st 6 months and optimal complementary feeding for infants and young children. It will also help to increase child feeding awareness with a special focus on breastfeeding from o to 24 months
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The Source Post Aug 5
This organized under the theme: "Support breastfeeding and complementary feeding practices for quality early childhood development", there is the showcase progress made by in supporting 20,441 caregivers.
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