Chantal Nyiramahirwe is a 27-year-old woman with two kids. She lives in Kinigi Musanze District in the Northern Province of Rwanda. She stopped going to school when she was 17 years old to get married. She has done family planning, which helped her learn the importance of having children that she had the ability to care for. Today her firstborn is 10 and the second is 5 years old. Most of the women of her age have more than 4 children. It is uncommon for women in Rwanda to receive family planning education. Rwanda is experiencing a dramatic population increase. The challenge for the future is how to balance the population with the lack of available land and diminishing natural resources. The government exhorts its populations that one family can have three children.