India harvesting rice
Leonel Elias, a Seeder from Mexico, lived in La Palma, Colombia, where he shared his knowledge of gardening and became friends with many in the rural community.
MCC’s Seed program expands into Bolivia August 30, 2013
This Syrian girl, whose name is withheld for security reasons, was singing, playing musical chairs and painting on the March day when MCC visited the temporary Lebanon community where she lives. The activities were coordinated by MCC’s partner, Development for People and Nature Association, to bring a sense of normalcy and pleasure into the lives of refugee children.
Syrian children carry heavy load July 31, 2013
Zakaa Mohamad Khalid, a Syrian refugee arrived in Lebanon about three months ago after fleeing from her burning home in Homs with nothing, not even documentation. MCC provides material resources to many refugees like Khalid, helping them to retain some dignity as they adjust to living in refugee settlements.
MCC raises Syria crisis response goal to $1.5 million May 31, 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
Kutingalas
Conservation agriculture in Tanzania April 1, 2013
Flora Kola
First person: Flora Kola April 1, 2013
Haiti forest
Forests for farmers in Haiti April 1, 2013
better yields in Bangladesh
From fallow land to bountiful harvest in Bangladesh April 1, 2013
On assignment: Conservation agriculture
On assignment: Conservation agriculture coordinator April 1, 2013
MCC's work in Bangladesh began in the midst of turmoil.
Housing, sustainable livelihoods key for MCC Haiti January 2, 2013
Mark Schroeder (left), his daughter Brin and his father Arlyss, seen here in 2009, regularly help with MCC’s meat canning when it comes to North Newton, Kan.
A family affair: volunteers and MCC’s meat canning December 4, 2012
Mbonye Buhunda, 38, her husband and their six children, including Mapenli, 11 and Ishara, 13, pictured, have been displaced repeatedly. Within the past several months, they fled their home in North Kivu, lived in tents at a school near Goma for two months, tried to return home in mid-November but were chased back to the school in Goma, only to run again when rebel group M23 took over Goma.
Displaced Congolese displaced again November 30, 2012
MCC supports $1.3-million food assistance in Syria November 26, 2012

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