Malcolm McDermond is serving in Nepal through MCC's Serving and Learning Together (SALT) program.
Living out what I believe November 12, 2013
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
MCC's work in Bangladesh began in the midst of turmoil.
MCC seeks additional funds to meet needs in Syria January 23, 2013
MCC Haiti plants 5,000 trees for National Tree Day July 26, 2012
MCC Honduras partner reaches out, despite violence May 24, 2012
From degraded land to fertile land March 14, 2012
Growing flowers brings color into life of India February 20, 2012
Shahanara Begum is delighted to have clean drinking water within a hundred yards of her house after MCC partner organization, Uttaran, worked with villagers to clear sea water from the pond and install a water filter to make the water potable.
MCC helps provide clean water amidst sea water January 26, 2012
Not going home any time soon January 20, 2012
Rethinking agriculture – one plot at a time December 2, 2011
Colombia’s floods require innovative approaches August 10, 2011
Refugee families rediscover benefits of composting August 9, 2011
Photo courtesy of Don Lotter.
Conservation agriculture in Rwanda April 13, 2011
Bengali farmers Biren Mahato and Anzu Rani and their son Choton Mahato stand next to their trichocompost processing area. The compost reduces the reliance on costly fertilizer and increases the yield of their crops.
MCC uses worms, fungus to help Bengali farmers April 13, 2011