Paul Buxman, of Sweet Home Farms in Kingsburg, Calif., smells soil from his orchard while talking with students from West Coast MCC GAP (Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders) Institute, including Kezy Andres from Temecula, Calif., about the importance of taking care of the soil. The students were part of a food security class that focused on sustainable and responsible agriculture.
Prepare to be surprised April 25, 2013
At Le Pelican, a training center in Afghanistan, Hazara girls and boys can become literate as they learn practical skills to help them earn money. These children, whose photo was taken in 2010, are not named for their protection.
In Afghanistan, MCC brings opportunity to Hazara youth April 16, 2013
Carmen Dorila Martínez
Telling the Colombian Anabaptist story April 9, 2013
mystery can
Mystery can raises funds for MCC April 9, 2013
Fred Kauffman
Conversations on gun violence April 5, 2013
Titus Peachey, MCC U.S. peace education coordinator.
Musings on peace from an armed pickup truck April 4, 2013
Flora Kola
First person: Flora Kola April 1, 2013
Kutingalas
Conservation agriculture in Tanzania April 1, 2013
On assignment: Conservation agriculture
On assignment: Conservation agriculture coordinator April 1, 2013
better yields in Bangladesh
From fallow land to bountiful harvest in Bangladesh April 1, 2013
Haiti forest
Forests for farmers in Haiti April 1, 2013
MCC's work in Bangladesh began in the midst of turmoil.
MCC U.S. board acts for peace through its investments March 26, 2013
From gang member to fervent apostle March 22, 2013
When news of the Middle East becomes hum-drum March 14, 2013

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