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MCC in Haiti

MCC has worked in Haiti since 1958. Before the earthquake, MCC’s response was concentrated in reforestation and environmental education, human rights and advocacy for food security.

MCC supports community tree nurseries and environmental education for churches, schools and communities in the Artibonite valley. MCC workers serve with two human rights networks, which give workshops on human rights and document human rights violations. MCC supports other partner organizations with programs in education, job training, literacy, conflict resolution and microfinance. MCC supports the Christian Center for Integrated Development and Micah Challenge, which are working through Haitian churches to realize a biblical vision of social justice.