In Haiti, MCC is working with local communities and partners to plant millions of trees in the areas that need them most.
Reforesting HaitiApril 22, 2019
World Environment Day 2019Spring 2019
Scenes from World Environment Day 2019
Konbit PeyizanApril, 2019
MCC’s forestry, ag work in Desarmes, Haiti, expands and becomes its own organization
From Seed to SoldJanuary, 2019
MCC photo essay explores the agricultural process of growing rice and other products, from planting to the marketplace.
Thank you for your generous support of Canadian Foodgrains Bank projects around the world through Grains of Hope. We want to share with you some of the exciting ways your support is making a positive difference in Haiti.
Nettles and millet: Valuing local food in NepalMarch 27, 2015
Available year-round, stinging nettle grown near homes or gathered in the jungle is a good source of calcium and other nutrients.
Study Tour: Visiting Agriculture Projects in Nepal Posted March 15, 2015
For the past couple years, the focus of our Grains of Hope project has been Sustainable Agriculture in Nepal.
Profile: Sujan Lama, RICOD Community Facilitator Posted January 26, 2015
Sujan Lama is one of the community facilitators employed by RICOD to implement the IMCN Project. As a community facilitator, Sujan is responsible for conducting and organizing mothers’ group trainings, organizing kitchen garden trainings, following up with participants, monitoring school support snacks, distributing food to needy families, and much more within the community he serves.
An Interview with Jhuma Tamana, RICOD Project Participant Posted January 26, 2015
The town of Lapshe, a Tamang village, is in one of MCC’s project areas. Tamang are one of the largest ethnic minority groups in Nepal and are considered by the Nepalese government to be an underprivileged/disadvantaged group. With all that kind of demographic data it can be easy to forget the real people MCC works with and for; real people like Jhuma Tamang.
Meet Ashma Mahat. Ashma Mahat is from a rural village in Nepal, about an hour outside of Kathmandu, the nation’s capital. She currently has a 16 month old daughter named Aayusha, her first child. As Ashma recalls, when she began feeding her daughter solid food her daughter became fatigued and weak.
This article reflects MCC’s work in Nepal before the April 25th earthquake.
Through sales representatives, notices tucked into invoices and a message on its trucks, an Ontario feed company is inviting farmers to donate to MCC’s account at the Canadian Foodgrains Bank (CFGB).
This is a trailer for Facing Hunger, a 28-minute documentary about two farm families on opposite sides of the world who are connected through faith, farming, and a desire to help end hunger.