People from around the world gave money, material resources, time and sweat equity to walk with the people of Haiti as they recover from the earthquake that devastated the capital of Port-au-Prince a year ago on Jan. 12.
MCC supports Congolese Mennonite women who stand with others in support of peace, demilitarization and the end of violence against women. After participating in the World March of Women in October, they are more determined than ever to work for peace.
Former MCC International Volunteer Exchange Program (IVEP) participants help guide young people from China, Japan and South Korea as they relate to each other and address stereotypes and historical tensions.
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) and its partner, Justapaz, encouraged sister relationships between churches in Colombia and churches in Canada and the U.S. The relationships strengthen ties within the global church.
In Mozambique, the success of sand dam technology, introduced by MCC, is catching the interest of government officials and encouraging its use across the country. The dams maintain a local water source throughout the year.