Many issues impact speed of building housing in Haiti January 11, 2011
MCC family worldwide embraces Haiti January 11, 2011
Sharing God's love and compassion November 23, 2010
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
New hope in the name of Christ June 22, 2010
Disaster to decentralization June 8, 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
Volunteers Evening Louis, left, and Sainterne Beona, right, draw water from a cistern at an MCC-supported water distribution site in Cité Soleil, part of Port-au-Prince. MCC’s priority on emergency assistance, like this, is gradually refocusing on self-sustaining priorities.
MCC plans long-term recovery in Haiti April 14, 2010
People view their collapsed homes in Nerettes, a neighborhood on the edge of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Perspective: The place of peace in constructing Haiti March 22, 2010
Structural engineers assess building damage in Haiti January 28, 2010
Compassion more widespread than violence in Haiti January 18, 2010
MCC staff on the ground in Haiti January 14, 2010
Buying ‘thrift’ generates record sales for MCC January 8, 2010
Joshua Mukusya said Kenyan farmers are trying to adjust to the negative effects of climate change, but “the demand is bigger than we can reach."
Climate change affecting small-scale farmers in Kenya December 2, 2009

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