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
MCC's work in Bangladesh began in the midst of turmoil.
MCC U.S. board acts for peace through its investments March 26, 2013
Kirstin and Daron Showalter
Artisans in action in Cambodia January 16, 2013
Stitching together a better future in South Sudan January 2, 2013
MCC U.S. hears from partners in Palestine and Israel August 16, 2012
Faith Alive graduate Anna Ayuba uses her MCC-funded sewing machine in Jenta – a neighborhood of closely built homes and dirt roads – where her earnings provide much needed assistance to her family. “My parents are very happy. I am even sewing for the family now.”
Nigerian women knit, stitch to self-sufficiency February 23, 2012
Growing flowers brings color into life of India February 20, 2012
Working together to produce handicrafts for income generation, like these Rwandese women are doing, is an important step toward building trust while working on projects that will bring in money for their families and community. Peace and Durable Development (PDD) supported the organization of this group.
Building development by creating peace January 5, 2012
Former masonry student Ronald Sadou Zami, 25, smoothes a coat of mortar at a construction site where he works in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Zami has been working for a month after graduating from a masonry professional program at MCC partner Ecumenical Foundation for Peace and Justice. He also attended a hazard reduction engineering seminar sponsored by MCC as part of its ongoing earthquake relief.
MCC offers education, business opportunities in Haiti December 15, 2011
Say Sophal purchased this new sewing machine with help from her older sister to start a tailoring business as a way to support and care for her disabled grandparents. Sophal completed a vocational sewing and tailoring program at Mesang High School in Cambodia. MCC’s Global Family education sponsorship program assists the endeavor.
Stitching healthier communities in Cambodia June 13, 2011
"We small producers lost" May 9, 2011
MCC in Canada launches mining justice campaign December 2, 2009
Former sex workers in Bangladesh add lemon essential oil to a soap mixture. They will sell the soap through Sacred Mark, an enterprise established by MCC Bangladesh to give the women a new way to earn an income.
MCC offers job skills to former Bangladesh sex workers November 30, 2009

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