MCC is supplying building materials, including plywood and tin sheets similar to those being loaded onto this bicycle-powered rickshaw, to almost 3,000 Filipino families whose homes were destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan. In addition, MCC is paying local people to build the houses in the towns of Naval and Dulag.
Rebuilding in the Philippines January 27, 2014
moringa photo
A tree for better nutrition January 1, 2014
Jeanne Jantzi, right, talks with teachers Janett Yubal, left, and Selvia Luna, centre, about their experience with Typhoon Haiyan. Community members took shelter in the Dalinding village elementary school on the island of Cebu, until the winds blew away large swaths of roof.
Local partnerships guide MCC disaster response November 29, 2013
Typhoon Haiyan left few buildings intact in the village of Dalinding on the island of Cebu, Philippines. MCC area directors for southeast Asia Dan and Jeanne Jantzi visited Nov. 19.
Increased response to urgent needs in Philippines November 18, 2013
MCC responds to Typhoon Haiyan November 12, 2013
harvesting rice
supporting education in India
Opening doors to learning in India October 1, 2013
Soma Chakraborty
First person: Soma Chakraborty October 1, 2013
On assignment: Area directors July 1, 2013
This is the Central Highlands area of Afghanistan where MCC will work in partnership with Medair. This photo shows check dams under construction,which will conserve rainwater and snow melt, and help prevent soil erosion.
MCC program for drought-prone Afghani areas begins June 14, 2013
A day in the life of waste resource workers in Dhaka May 21, 2013
IVEP participant, Saykham Thipphasone (left) and her host family, Rebecca and Vinh Huynh and their children, Lien, 7, Tai, 3 and Mai-Anh, 5.
International volunteers enrich Winnipeg family December 3, 2012
Straddling Lao PDR and Zimbabwe June 14, 2012
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
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

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