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UPDATED: Funding cuts to Circles of Support and Accountability The Honourable Steven Blaney, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness has requested that Correctional Service Canada reconsider its decision to cut funding to the Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA) programs.
Funding cuts to Circles of Support and Accountability MCC calls on the Correctional Services of Canada to reverse the funding cuts to Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA) programs across the country.
MCC in Ukraine MCC staff in Zaporozhye, Ukraine, are safe, but reporting the movement of heavy military equipment within their region.
Rumi's bright future Rumi Mardy is a four-year-old girl from an indigenous community in Bangladesh. She is attending a multilingual school, thanks to support from MCC's Global Family in Nimghutu, Bangladesh.
When MCC’s help in the Philippines hits home Blanche Nolt, a Mennonite Filipino-American woman living in Lebanon, Pa., is grateful for the help MCC provided in her hometown in the Philippines, which was devastated by Typhoon Haiyan in November.
SALT (Serving and Learning Together) SALT (Serving and Learning Together) promotional video
Emergency assistance to South Sudan Mennonite Central Committee is finalizing plans to provide supplementary food to about 2,000 children under the age of five in South Sudan.
Rebuilding in the Philippines AKRON, Pa. – Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is providing disaster-resistant shelters and basic kitchen utensils for almost 3,000 Filipino families who lost their homes during November’s Typhoon Haiyan.
Village Altonodji Meet Serge, a student at Global Family partner school Village Altonodji in Moundou, Chad. Serge shares a first hand perspective of his school environment and interests.
Funds, Syria peace talks raise hope 01/20/2014AKRON, Pa. – As international efforts are underway to convince warring parties in Syria to gather for peace talks in Geneva on Jan. 22, Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is releasing an additional $200,000 to help Syrian families get through the winter.
Clean water strengthens Haiti town Three springs in the mountains around Desarmes, Haiti, supply abundant water for the 2,002 families who live in or near the small town. But until recently that didn’t mean everyone had easy or equitable access to that water.
A safe place to play Four-year-old Oscar Yoadel loves the playground at his daycare, Guarderia Samuelito. He runs endlessly back and forth across the brightly-painted suspension bridge. And with a big grin descends the metal slide after his father, Oscar Pinto, climbed with him to the top.
Syria crisis: Meeting human needs Sarah Adams, former MCC representative for Lebanon and Syria, talks about working to meet human needs as a result of the crisis in Syria.
South Sudan In light of the recent violence in South Sudan, Mennonite Central Committee is staying closely in touch with the churches and our partners in South Sudan.
Flooding worsens Gazans’ plight A week after torrential, cold rain battered the Gaza Strip, people in the al Nafaq Street area of eastern Gaza City are still struggling to clean mud and debris out of homes and businesses.
A new generation of managers at MCC Thrift shop in Saskatchewan MCC Village Green Thrift Shop managers
A new generation of leaders at MCC Saskatchewan thrift shop A new generation of leaders at MCC Saskatchewan Thrift Shop
Trauma training after Westgate mall attack WINNIPEG, Man. — In the wake of the attack on Westgate mall in Kenya, Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is funding retreats for approximately 60 people. Participants will learn about trauma awareness and skills to cope with future traumatic events.
Response to flooding in Gaza Strip Mennonite Central Committee is responding to extensive flooding in the Khan Younis area of the Gaza Strip where more than 40,000 people have been evacuated from their homes.