Immigration training helps Mennonite pastors September 19, 2011
Jodi Mikalachki, former MCC worker in Burundi, helps Gakobwa Bélize, a student in Hope School’s preschool, to find the number one on the ground. This activity is indicative of the transition to child-centered activities and away from rote memorization.
Child-centered preschool bolsters Batwa education September 16, 2011
Peacemakers build skills in northeast Asia September 16, 2011
Daniel King, 28, lays bricks in Monteiro, Brazil, during his MCC SALT assignment.
SALTers learn from people they serve September 2, 2011
What is a sand dam? August 29, 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
Ahada Kusoco Hassan, 23, cooks breakfast for her family in the Dadaab refugee camp in northeastern Kenya.
MCC expands response for East Africa drought August 12, 2011
Colombia’s floods require innovative approaches August 10, 2011
Lebanon: Composting spreads opportunity August 9, 2011
Refugee families rediscover benefits of composting August 9, 2011
Willie Reimer (left) has been appointed as director of programs for MCC Canada and Ruth Keidel Clemens as director of programs for MCC U.S.
MCC names directors of joint international program July 18, 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
Kids House teacher Miss Ashwoq reads to her students in a classroom tent in Ankawa, a Christian suburb in Erbil, northern Iraq.
"I am not a criminal" June 25, 2011
Say Sophal purchased this new sewing machine with help from her older sister to start a tailoring business as a way to support and care for her disabled grandparents. Sophal completed a vocational sewing and tailoring program at Mesang High School in Cambodia. MCC’s Global Family education sponsorship program assists the endeavor.
Stitching healthier communities in Cambodia June 13, 2011

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