MCC’s migration work isn’t just about helping people who are uprooted.
Around the world, MCC is helping families and individuals figure out ways to support themselves without having to migrate.
Through an MCC-funded project in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, young people who have been returned back to Honduras after attempting to migrate are studying at Central American Polytechnic Institute, laying the foundation to work and build a more secure future at home.
“I know that with this training I can earn enough to send my daughters to school. That is what I have been praying and asking God for,” says Kenia Garcia, right, shown with fellow students Edgar Tinoco, middle, and Josbel Perdomo. “To return to my studies hasn’t been easy, but God has given me the strength to finish with success and to continue in the path of my dreams.”