It's a bunch of guys sitting around talking.
About the benefits of birth control.
About how a woman should take care of herself when she's pregnant.
You know, the kind of things guys never talk about.
There are 12 of them, sitting in a circle under a tin roof. Some wear long, colorful tunics. Their flip-flops are scattered around the outer edge of the carpet. They're part of the "School for Husbands" program in the village of Chadakori in the West African nation of Niger, the country with the highest birth rate in the world.