From degraded land to fertile land March 19, 2012
Refugee sponsorship rules change February 6, 2012
Not going home any time soon January 20, 2012
Grade 10 student, Katelyn Siemens (left), and her home economics teacher, Marla Laskowski, in the Waldheim School.
Home ec students make the grade January 9, 2012
Meet a peacemaker: Issa Ebombolo October 12, 2011
In the Tha Thom District of Laos, Mrs. Van, who goes by one name, teaches students how to make baskets as part of an MCC-supported effort to pass on traditional skills.
MCC helps teaching of traditional skills in Laos October 6, 2011
Jodi Mikalachki, former MCC worker in Burundi, helps Gakobwa Bélize, a student in Hope School’s preschool, to find the number one on the ground. This activity is indicative of the transition to child-centered activities and away from rote memorization.
Child-centred preschool bolsters Batwa education September 20, 2011
How a sand dam works August 24, 2011
Canadian speed skater, Cindy Klassen (holding gourd) tries a traditional goat milk beverage and enjoys the friendship of other cyclists and supporters of the Cycle for Life tour, including (from left) Simon Macharia, Maureen Chepkemoi, and Samuel Nyongesa.
Canadian Olympian fuels interest in MCC peace clubs August 24, 2011
Updated resource helps congregations with sexual abuse June 13, 2011
What is IVEP? June 7, 2011
Daring to dream big in a new country June 1, 2011
Thrift shop provides sense of community May 10, 2011
Bolivia fruit tree project takes root April 20, 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 14, 2011