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
A table of sharing - annual video June 12, 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
International Volunteer Exchange Program June 6, 2011
At the Philadelphia Detention Center, MCC East Coast supports the work of a peace worker in this minimum- to medium-security prison.
"We small producers lost" May 9, 2011
IVEP@60 May 2, 2011
A crowd of farmers gathers at a meeting of the La Linea Cooperative in Sibinal, Guatemala
Photo courtesy of Don Lotter.
Conservation agriculture in Rwanda April 13, 2011
Bengali farmers Biren Mahato and Anzu Rani and their son Choton Mahato stand next to their trichocompost processing area. The compost reduces the reliance on costly fertilizer and increases the yield of their crops.
MCC uses worms, fungus to help Bengali farmers April 13, 2011
Ferdoushi Howlader, MCC Bangladesh job creation project supervisor, walks past the entrance to MCC's research and design facility in Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

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