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MCC program for drought-prone areas of Afghanistan about to begin WINNIPEG, Man. – More than 2,000 people in two districts of Afghanistan will soon receive training and new sources of income, as they deal with the impact of an ongoing drought.
MCC Canada year in review 2012/2013 MCC Canada year in review 2012/2013
MCC provides training on risks of waste picking at Bangladesh landfill DHAKA, Bangladesh -- Early in the morning, when the call to prayer echoes through the streets of Dhaka, Rina Akter heads off to work. As she walks, she is sometimes taunted by others on the street.
A day in the life of waste resource workers in Bangladesh A day in the life of waste resource workers the Dhaka land fill in Bangladesh
MCC encourages Egyptian youth with disabilities to counter stigma A Global Family program helps disabled students build confidence and discover their capabilities and rights.
Helping hands at work in Syria As the conflict escalates, MCC continues to deliver humanitarian assistance to people fleeing from violence and destruction of their homes in Syria. MCC accomplishes this through its partnership with agencies such as Fellowship of Middle East Evangelical Churches (FMEEC).
Mon, 05/06/2013 Image MCC training Lebanon March 20, 2013. Photo Credit: Photo by MCC As the conflict escalates our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the people of Syria. During a recent trip to Lebanon, MCC Canada's executive director, Don Peters, met with some of MCC's Syrian partners. Just before this photo was taken, our partners sang the Lords Prayer, in their ancient Aramaic.... Feature: Feature this story
As the conflict escalates our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the people of Syria. During a recent trip to Lebanon, MCC Canada's executive director, Don Peters, met with some of MCC's Syrian partners. Just before this photo was taken, our partners sang the Lords Prayer, in their ancient Aramaic....Audio File: Aramaic Lords Prayer-fb.mp3 Playing Time: 1:10 Reference Information 0
MCC funded program keeps water pumps in good repair Batoka, Zambia -- As we sit on church benches in the shade of several trees we watch kids wash their hands under the water flowing from a large hand pump. Women fill their plastic pails with clean water before carrying them home.
MCC and Mennonite Church Alberta – a partnership in welcoming newcomers An outreach program in North Edmonton, Alberta connects Mennonite and Muslim communities.
MCC sets new target for Syria crisis campaign MCC sets new target of $1.5 million to meet needs of those affected by the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Death of daughter moves mother to found HIV clinic Elsie Sithebe lost her daughter to HIV/AIDS in 2000. Twelve years later, Sithebe is the project manager of Helping Hand, a community-based organization that focuses on intervention and treatment for HIV/AIDS and care for orphans and vulnerable children.
MCC supports stronger legislation to ban cluster munitions A petition developed by Mines Action Canada calls for changes to strengthen Bill S-10, An Act to implemnet the Convention on Cluster Munitions.
MCC’s work continues as change roils CIDA A recent decision by the federal government to amalgamate the Canadian International Development Agency and foreign affairs will have little immediate impact on the work of Mennonite Central Committee.
A bigger harvest in Tanzania A look at conservation agriculture in Northern Tanzania
From gang member to fervent apostle of redemption through restorative justice Bishop Eugene van Kramberg has worked to establish a peacebuilding program that emphasizes restorative justice as a response to crime.
New study guide explores “white privilege” and racism A new study guide produced by the Canadian Council of Churches helps individuals and congregations explore how “white privilege” can be an expression of racism.