Food program highlights
The global food security crisis is impacting the lives of millions of people around the world. From emergency food assistance to school feeding programs, MCC partners are responding.
Here’s a glimpse of what we accomplished together in just a year:
individuals received food assistance.
meets emergency food needs for displaced people or those caught in conflict.
children and youth receive food through school feeding programs.
pounds of MCC canned meat shipped.
When a family raises goats or grows a garden, they can eat and earn an income. When farmers have the tools and training to adapt to a changing climate, crops can survive even when rainfall is unpredictable.
When you empower farmers, families and communities can thrive.
farmers participated in learning exchanges or extension visits.
individuals attended agricultural trainings.
individuals received agricultural inputs like seeds and cassava cuttings.
sets up a greenhouse for year-round vegetables.
Food projects around the world
Everyone deserves enough safe and nutritious food to live a healthy life. That’s why MCC works with local partners to:
- Provide emergency food assistance in conflict or disaster
- Partner and plan with farmers
- Advocate for fair and just government policies.
Canada and food
Programs like Grow Hope unite rural and urban communities in Canada to tackle food insecurity. Through shared farming experiences and sustainable agriculture practices, we address local and national hunger concerns.
Stories about food
From partners around the world, we hear similar stories: As economies and weather patterns change, so does their ability to feed and provide for their families.
Learn from people who are innovating and adapting to profound shifts in their lands and livelihoods.
Update on the hunger crisis / Andy Harrington
Wicking gardens in Palestine
Food impact report - Summer 2023
Threads - Apr 2023 - Growing Hope
What good does it do to plant one tree?
- Climate Change
Empowering women in Colombia
Relief, Development and Podcast: Men Can Cook / Zimbabwe
Relief, development and podcast: Peace pigs / With Mary Ilero and Sam Eibu
The powerful change that technology can bring
- Food, Climate Change
Want to learn more about farming, food security or how goats can help transform a community? MCC resources can help you understand the global food crisis and how you can make a difference. Use them on your own or with your family, school or congregation.
Share your Table digital recipe book
Enough for all: World Food Day worship resource
Learning about generosity with MCC
Give a gift of food
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