MCC team fills grocery bags to distribute to families in Ecuador.
Disaster response
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Disaster response

From hurricanes and flooding to conflict and drought, MCC is actively responding to disasters around the world. Learn more about our relief projects and give today to help provide assistance and support communities as they rebuild.

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Safe, clean water is a basic human need. Yet a quarter of the world’s population can’t access it.

MCC is working with local partners across the globe to ensure people have ongoing access to safe, clean water right in their own communities. 

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Over 830 million people don’t have enough to eat. The world produces enough but many people can’t access it.

MCC partners help communities access the food and resources they need to feed their families and generate income, so everyone has enough for today and for the future.

Children complete their final exams in a kindergarten class in Lebanon.
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When children learn, communities transform.

MCC works with local partners to:

  • Strengthen access to education for vulnerable families
  • Improve education quality
  • Promote vocational and leadership programs
  • Strengthen family and community involvement in school
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MCC partners are building essential infrastructure like handwashing stations, latrines and taps for clean drinking water. They're providing dignity kits of menstrual supplies so girls can go to school, and training resources to help keep families healthy.

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Migration and Refugees
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Migration and refugees

All over the world, people are on the move. Some choose to go in pursuit of jobs, resources or education. Others are forced from home by conflict, poverty, food shortage or disaster. Through relief, advocacy, legal services, sponsorship, peacebuilding and more, MCC walks with them.

Mural project coordinator Hourya Mohammed sits in front of a wall of murals painted in the city of Tartus, Syria, in 2019. The yellow panel behind her depicts a quote from al-Asaad, “A person with no history, is a person with no future.”
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Globally, we are experiencing the highest number of violent conflicts since World War II.

Peace is not just a wish, it’s our work. It's a commitment rooted in our faith and Anabaptist convictions.

All over the world, MCC partners with local communities and organizations to build a brighter, more peaceful future.

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Poverty Reduction
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Poverty reduction

MCC imagines a world where everyone has the opportunity and resources to thrive. We work for sustainable access for all to food, health, education and livelihoods. We address root causes of economic injustice and pursue lasting change that uplifts communities for generations to come.

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Justice and Equity
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Justice and equity

As MCC responds to basic human needs and works for peace and justice at home and around the world, we pray for and move toward a vision of communities in right relationship with God, one another and creation. We strive to act justly and love mercy, identifying and resisting oppressive systems, walking with the marginalized and promoting healing.

Staff members from MCC partner Organization to Develop Our Villages (ODOV) Hat Sinet and Nov Dina, take fish from a net they caught in a fishpond at the farm of ODOV farmer Mok Samun. ODOV is teaching beneficiaries how to become more resilient in the face of climate change.
Climate Change
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Climate change

Climate change is making difficult situations worse. As disasters escalate, communities made vulnerable by conflict and injustice are disproportionately affected.

Our partners are empowering communities to adapt, build resilience and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

Anishinaabe Elder Harry Bone speaks about the original spirit and intent of Treaties to participants gathered at the We Are All Treaty People Celebration commemoration. Jim Compton (right) served as emcee for the gathering at Kapabamayak Achaak Healing Forest in Winnipeg, Man. on Sept. 19, 2022.
Indigenous Neighbors
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Indigenous neighbors

The history between Mennonites and Indigenous peoples includes deep injustices. As we grapple with this history, MCC seeks to walk in friendship and solidarity with Indigenous peoples globally. We work with Indigenous peoples in places such as Canada, the U.S., Bolivia, and India.

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