MCC celebrates 100 years of ministry December 23, 2019
Kaitlyn Epp
Kaitlyn Epp Wins Regional Peace Essay Contest March 7, 2019
Palestinian youth in jeopardy May 4, 2018
Supporting survivors of sexual violence after Hurricane Matthew February 1, 2018
Preventing HIV transmission
Women and girls' health around the world December 5, 2017
MCC's partners develop policies to protect children from abuse September 15, 2017
Two stones, two justice systems July 31, 2017
Confronting sexual, gender-based violence after Hurricane Matthew July 5, 2017
Slavery at Angola April 24, 2017
Pobitra student
Reclaiming dignity after leaving sex work March 10, 2017
We Will Speak Out against sexualized violence June 2, 2016
Revolution of values August 9, 2014
Chea Muoy Kry, executive director of Women Peacemakers in Cambodia, believes that training young people, including those gathered around her, is the best way to change attitudes toward gender issues, domestic violence, sexual violence and other relevant topics.
Cambodia: MCC addresses domestic abuse December 4, 2012
MCC supports Congolese ending violence against women December 3, 2010
Bolivia day care plants ‘seeds of love’ July 2, 2010

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