In the village of Naki Karfi, as Mr. Adamou comes back from the market, he runs into Lawali, and they talk about the consumption of locally-made nutritious foods. On his way home, Mr. Lawali sees Mr. Mani, who encourages him to further diversify his family’s diet, especially for women and girls. Once home, Mr. Lawali explains to [his wives] the types of foods that should make up their children’s diet. Meanwhile, Mr. Adamou draws the attention of a newly married man to the need for his wife to eat nutritious food. After the discussions, men and women understand the importance of local food products.