Teaching tolerance in the midst of war April 24, 2014
Chea Muoy Kry, executive director of Women Peacemakers in Cambodia, believes that training young people, including those gathered around her, is the best way to change attitudes toward gender issues, domestic violence, sexual violence and other relevant topics.
Cambodia: MCC addresses domestic abuse December 4, 2012
Titus Peachey, MCC U.S. peace education coordinator, holds the head of a garden hoe that struck a cluster bomb submunition in Laos, killing the mother of 11 children. She was using the hoe to open land for a garden, when the hoe struck the bomb causing it to detonate.
When Hillary Clinton met Phongsavath Souliyalat June 27, 2012
In April, Bishops Selwanos Petros al-Nemeh and Eustathius Matta Roham of the Syrian Orthodox Church, visited many people affected by violence in Homs, Syria, including Zaher Bakhos, a man who was shot and paralyzed by an unknown sniper.
Syrian church helps those suffering from violence May 25, 2012
MCC Haiti disaster response focuses long-term December 16, 2011
Holding group photos of many people trained in trauma healing, Michel Garly, left, executive director of Wozo, and Harry Thelusma, Wozo program officer, are excited that these people will teach others leaders and offer emotional help to those who suffered trauma from the earthquake. Wozo is an MCC partner that teaches healing techniques for those suffering trauma from the earthquake and other events.
Haitians find trauma healing integral post-earthquake December 15, 2011
Elumene Charles stands in her newly repaired home made possible by MCC partner ACCESS with funding from MCC's earthquake response effort.  The $180,000 project allowed ACCESS to repair 45 homes and build five new latrines in the Boulard neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. At least five people live in each home.
Housing repairs build dignified lives in Haiti December 15, 2011
Rachel Stoltzfus helps participants sign in for their cooking class at Historic Roosevelt Summer Academy in Elkhart, Ind. Stoltzfus served as the academy’s assistant coordinator in May, June and July through MCC U.S.’ Summer Service program.
Summer Service workers grow and serve at home August 16, 2011
Kaitlyn Jantzi, right, MCC worker in Rumbek, Sudan, leads the women's group at Holy Cross Centre in Rumbek in trauma healing exercises. Many people in southern Sudan continue to deal with trauma from 20 years of civil war and ongoing conflicts between southern ethnic groups. Jantzi is from St. Clements, Ont..
MCC provides food, encourages peace in South Sudan July 6, 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
MCC supports peacebuilding workshops such as this one through the Diocese of Rumbek and other partner organizations.
MCC workers see jubilation and challenges for Sudan February 15, 2011
MCC supports Congolese ending violence against women December 3, 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
Dalal Duwaik enjoys spending time with granddaughter Nada in the family’s new house rebuilt by the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions.
House demolitions create fear for Palestinian family November 19, 2009

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