BEIRUT, Lebanon - Nour Barkouk, 15, and Ihsan Abozalam, 16, students in Popular Aid for Relief and Development (PARD)'s remedial lesson project, an after school enrichment program for Palestinian children displaced from the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in Beirut.

Education Program Facilitator

The Education Program Facilitator's primary responsibility will be to work with MCC Cambodia's 3 rural Global Family Education partners.  This will include facilitating reporting, building relationships, assessing needs and providing technical support and capacity building as det

This photo was taken in the village of Laksham in the Noakali district of Bangladesh.

Food Security Advisor

Kathmandu

MCC Nepal’s food security projects involve increasing agricultural production and strengthening livelihoods, improving nutrition knowledge, and building the capacity of local farmers’ groups and community-based organizations.

BEIRUT, Lebanon - Nour Barkouk, 15, and Ihsan Abozalam, 16, students in Popular Aid for Relief and Development (PARD)'s remedial lesson project, an after school enrichment program for Palestinian children displaced from the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in Beirut.

Laos Exchange Coordinator

Laos

The Exchange Coordinator is responsible for assisting the MCC Lao program by facilitating the Global Service Learning (GSL) exchange program for young adults and by assisting in a variety of program areas that benefit program implementation.  The Exchange Coordinator will coordinate the Global Se

Sabrija and Hussein MehmedoviÃÂ in their home in Sarajevo.

English Teacher

Several locations in China

MCC is seeking individuals to teach English under Mennonite Partners in China (MPC), formerly known as China Educational Exchange, in universities and teachers colleges in various locations within the People's Republic of China.

Churches and schools participate in a Peace March in Soacha, outside of Bogota, Colombia on September 21, 2012.

English Teacher (short term)

Several locations in China

MCC is seeking individuals to teach English under Mennonite Partners in China (MPC), formerly known as China Educational Exchange, in universities and teacher’s colleges in various locations within the People's Republic of China.

In Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia, MCC sponsors a network of school peace clubs that enable students to share their problems, resolve conflicts and help others to do the same.

SALT/ YAMEN!: International Communications Advisor

Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA

Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC) Cambodia is a Christian radio mission based in Phnom Penh.

Nataly Villarroel sits in a classroom at Casa de la Amistad, a centre that provides nutritional meals and school support for 120 children who live in prison with their parents in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

SALT/YAMEN!: Assistant English Teacher –Trung Hung Vuo

Viet Tri, Phu Tho, Vietnam

This SALT/YAMENer will work as an Assistant English Teacher at a Trung Hung Vuong high school in Viet Tri, Phu Tho, Vietnam.

In Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia, MCC sponsors a network of school peace clubs that enable students to share their problems, resolve conflicts and help others to do the same.

SALT/YAMEN!: Community Building and Carpentry Worker

Frontiers Community, Republic of Korea (South)

The SALT/YAMENer will work with The Frontiers, a Korean Christian activist Peacebuilding NGO, mainly in the area of construction.  The Korea Frontiers’ community lives together as an intentional Christian community on the outskirts of Seoul.  After experiencing a fire to their main building in De

This photo was taken at a garbage dump in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

SALT/YAMEN!: English Teaching Assistant

Dhaka, Bangladesh

The SALT/YAMENer will live and work with a small local Church of Bangladesh Theological college, St Andrews, based in Dhaka.  Their main task will be developing and teaching additional English Conversation classes for Theological students and beneficiaries in other projects based at this site, su

In the village of Mayana near the town of Maghagha, MCC supports literacy education through partner organization BLESS.

SALT/YAMEN!: Manuscript Editor – The Gioi

Hanoi, Vietnam

This SALT/YAMENer will work at The Gioi (World) Publishing House doing final editing and polishing of first draft English translations done by others.  They will work in the English department with 10-12 multinational colleagues under the direction of the Vietnamese editor.

IN THIS PHOTO:  AIDS patient Joyce Nansubuga and her five year old son.  Just weeks before Nansubuga had TB and severe malaria.  She lost her husband in 2000 and learned she was HIV positive when she was pregnant with her son.  She does cleaning, trading and has support from friends in order to provide for her family.

SALT/YAMEN!: Nurse – VAVA Rehab Center

Hanoi, Vietnam

The SALT/YAMENer will work as a nurse at the VAVA Rehab Center in Hanoi which serves persons living with the affects of Agent Orange.  The participant will work under the direction of a Vietnamese doctor.

Jhenifer Vera, 7, and Mariluz Flores, 7, concentrate on their school work at Casa de la Amistad, a centre that provides nutritional meals and school support for 120 children who live in prison with their parents in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

SALT/YAMEN!: Peace Program Assistant &Community Worker

Shamshabad, Hyderabad, (Andra Pradesh) India

The SALT/YAMENer will serve alongside the Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies (CPCRS) of the Mennonite Brethren Centenary Bible College (MBCBC) in various ways such as helping to strengthen and organize CPCRS programs that teach peacebuilding skills and organizing their library.

Photo taken near Kolkata, India in the Hatgachia locality.

SALT/YAMEN!: Peace Project Assistant & Office Staff

Pollachi, Coimbatore Dist, Tamilnadu, India.

The SALT/YAMENer will assist Gilgal Mission Trust (GMT) as a community worker in a peace project targeting people belonging to the lower castes. S/he will also provide general administrative assistance in the GMT Office.  

Students Ashley Sarria, Estefani Buzano and Yahaira Quezada read together at Rayito del Sol, a school in Managua, Nicaragua.

SALT/YAMEN!: Peace Volunteer – Shanti Mitra

Mymensingh, Bangladesh

The SALT/YAMENer will participate in and assist the Shanti Mitra Coordinator to implement local peace building and conflict transformation activities for young people and children in Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

Apola Koch, 17, a student supported by MCC's Global Family education sponsorship program and an active HIV and AIDS peer educator, is studying to become a teacher.

SALT/YAMEN!:Resource Staff & Teaching Assistant

Chuncheon, Republic of Korea (South)

The SALT/YAMENer will work with the Korea Anabaptist Center (KAC), in the areas of offline and online theological and Church history education, peace, and Anabaptist resource development, and ESL teaching. The volunteer will also network, build relationships and act as cross-cultural learner.

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