A table of sharing - annual video June 12, 2011
Mr. William, far left, owns Moriya Fruits Shop in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture. His shop has been reclaimed from tsunami damage and is again open to serve the community. Also pictured are (left-right), Willie Reimer, MCC; Takeshi Komino, CWS; Shingo Kobayashi, who heads CWS’ implementing partner organization in the city; and volunteer “Dancho” (nickname; name not known).
MCC supporters’ gifts to Japan will aid clean up June 10, 2011
"We small producers lost" May 9, 2011
A crowd of farmers gathers at a meeting of the La Linea Cooperative in Sibinal, Guatemala
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
Linh Hoai Linh, shown with her mother, Vũ Thị Lương, and father, Trịnh Văn Thà, benefits from nutritious school lunches provided through MCC.
The gift of lunch March 16, 2011
Halima Farash leads a women's agricultural cooperative near Hebron in the West Bank
MCC family worldwide embraces Haiti January 11, 2011
MCC canners are (left to right) Aaron Ressler, Jeffrey Durksen, Ryun Lawrence and George Wieler, Jr.
Volunteers help make MCC canning project successful October 20, 2010
MCC engineeer Jon Viducich kneels in front of a vegetable garden watered by a sand dam constructed by the Christian Council of Mozambique in Phiri-meque, Tete province, Mozambique. The garden was cultivated using conservation agriculture principles. The final stages of the sand dam were completed in May 2010.
Support for sand dams in Mozambique grows September 30, 2010
New hope in the name of Christ June 22, 2010
Loading new tools on their backs, women from eastern Congo head to their homes to begin preparing their fields.
Tools help Congolese refugees rebuild livelihoods June 16, 2010
Before: Ngô Thị Chiến and her son, Ngô Quang Trung, used to live in a house that was not strong and was regularly affected by flooding. After: With the assistance of MCC funding, neighbors tore down the old home and built a new one that was higher and stronger, enabling it to survive future cyclones.
MCC helps build flood-resistant houses in Vietnam May 25, 2010
MCC to help build infrastructure in rural Haiti April 14, 2010

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