This refugee settlement in southern Lebanon is composed almost entirely of people from the same village in Syria. These sheds are not equipped for winter and will flood with heavy rains.
New grant provides shelter for Syrian refugees October 22, 2013
harvesting rice
This Syrian girl, whose name is withheld for security reasons, was singing, playing musical chairs and painting when MCC visited the temporary Lebanon community where she lives. The activities were coordinated by MCC’s partner, Development for People and Nature Association.
Syrian children carry heavy load August 2, 2013
On assignment: Conservation agriculture
On assignment: Conservation agriculture coordinator April 1, 2013
Kutingalas
Conservation agriculture in Tanzania April 1, 2013
A bigger harvest in Tanzania March 26, 2013
Camp Trazily, about three miles south of Port-au-Prince, was flooded by the rain caused by Hurricane Sandy. More than 370,000 people have been living in tents since the January 2010 earthquake.
MCC responds to Sandy’s devastation in Haiti November 12, 2012
Two men carry a bag of millet at an MCC-supported food distribution in south-west Niger. Names are withheld for security reasons.
Generous support provides food assistance in the Sahel October 19, 2012
Lebane (left) and Umale (right) are part of a community group in their village in south-west Niger that identifies families who need emergency food assistance.
Food crisis in Sahel deepens August 17, 2012
Working together to end hunger August 15, 2012
Rain brings hope of good harvest in Mexico colony August 10, 2012
MCC extends food distribution in Mexico July 3, 2012
MCC Honduras partner reaches out to needy May 24, 2012
During a visit of MCC partner Development Office of Evangelical Churches (ODE) in Kwon, Burkina Faso, ODE representative Solomon Sangla, right, examines a drought-affected field.
MCC responds to food crisis in Sahel May 9, 2012
From degraded land to fertile land March 19, 2012

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