Women in rural villages in Southeast Asia often have limited knowledge about basic healthcare and sanitation. Here, a Christian worker visits villages in 2013 to teach regular health classes alongside national women she has trained. These classes introduced basic concepts such as home hygiene, nutrition and prenatal care. By meeting the physical needs of women in many areas of the world, believers are also able to address their spiritual needs by introducing them to the gospel, many for the very first time.

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