Children from the neighborhood of Chamelecón, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, are learning breathing exercises to use in managing the trauma of living through Hurricane Eta and Iota that struck within two weeks in November 2020. The daily workshops, led by trauma specialist Claudina Lacayo (not pictured) were held for two weeks in early December at Iglesia Vida en Abundancia (Church of Life in Abundance)
The hope of advocacy December 18, 2020
MCC at 100: MCC and Mennonites in Puerto Rico December 7, 2020
Conservation agriculture training | DR Congo | Video December 7, 2020
Valpo nursing students
An unconventional baby shower December 3, 2020
What can you do with a loan? | Cambodia | Video December 2, 2020
Caring for uprooted people | DR Congo | Video November 28, 2020
MCC responds to double hurricanes November 20, 2020
Dina González-Piña named West Coast MCC executive director November 20, 2020
Locked down but uplifted November 10, 2020
Ephrata Material Resources Center celebrates 50 years November 10, 2020
From generation to generation November 9, 2020
A young man holds a solar lantern.
Give light this Christmas November 6, 2020
Racial justice, economic recovery and the climate crisis November 5, 2020
Virtual Relief Sales Exceed Goals  November 2, 2020
Winning speech urges attention to homelessness October 29, 2020

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