For Hashem Manar Al Attar, raising rabbits and pigeons provides food and income in a time of uncertainty.
Looking for opportunity in the Gaza Strip April 1, 2014
Denenadji Josephine says she and other women in her village are seeing the benefits of offering their goats additional nutrients.
Raising healthier livestock in Chad April 1, 2014
Pastor Jesusa Garba and other Filipino pastors take a break from their intense sharing about Typhoon Haiyan to play a group game. The pastors were a Trauma Healing and Disaster Risk Reduction training in Ormoc, Leyte Province, sponsored by Peacebuilders Community, Inc., a ministry of Mennonite Church Canada Witness.
Supporting pastors in the face of trauma March 11, 2014
Jeanne Jantzi, left, an MCC area director for Southeast Asia, visits Naomi and Diego Petronio in the village of Tanghas during a recent trip to the Philippines.
When MCC’s help in the Philippines hits home February 24, 2014
Village Altonodji January 22, 2014
In Damascus, a woman accepts a box of food supplied by MCC through its partner, the Syrian Orthodox Church. She is not identified for security reasons.
Funds, Syria peace talks raise hope January 20, 2014
Finding alternatives to coca in Colombia
Finding alternatives to coca in Colombia January 1, 2014
First person: Wilfrido Murillo
First person: Wilfrido Murillo January 1, 2014
moringa photo
A tree for better nutrition January 1, 2014
Response to flooding in Gaza Strip December 17, 2013
Mbonye Buhunda, 38, her husband and their six children, including Mapenli, 11 and Ishara, 13, pictured, have been displaced repeatedly.
As rebel army took control of city, Congolese flee November 30, 2013
MCC supports $1.3 M food assistance in Syria November 23, 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
Earlier this year, these men unloaded boxes of oil that were used in food packages distributed in Syria. The men and the town where they worked are unnamed here for their security. Throughout the past two and half years of civil unrest in Syria, Mennonite Central Committee has been distributing food, blankets, hygiene supplies and other support to Syrians affected by the violence.
Syrian villages welcome return of humanitarian aid October 30, 2013

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