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
Palestinian church leaders call for justice, equality February 9, 2010
Learning and living together February 2, 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
Peter J. Dyck leaves legacy of service January 5, 2010
MCC in Canada launches mining justice campaign December 2, 2009
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
Leonard Sintumbi stands beside an MCC blanket that Compassionate Care’s home-based care workers gave him when he was very sick with HIV.
Zambian church members support those with HIV and AIDS November 30, 2009
Former sex workers in Bangladesh add lemon essential oil to a soap mixture. They will sell the soap through Sacred Mark, an enterprise established by MCC Bangladesh to give the women a new way to earn an income.
MCC offers job skills to former Bangladesh sex workers November 30, 2009
Taking action in Nepal November 25, 2009
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
Teens living in China, Japan, and Korea build group cohesiveness at the first northeast Asia peace camp through this exercise of joining hands and then untangling themselves.
Northeast Asian camp brings teens together October 29, 2009

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