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Mennonite Central Committee (Laos)

Mission Statement

MCC seeks to demonstrate love by working among people suffering from poverty, conflict, oppression and natural disaster. MCC serves as a channel of interchange by building relationships that are mutually transformative. MCC strives for peace, justice and dignity of all people by sharing our experiences and resources.

Programme Description

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches. Throughout the world MCC has sought to work among those who have suffered the most from poverty, conflict and natural disasters. Seeking to build relationships through sharing resources and experiences, MCC strives for peace, justice and the dignity of all people. Concerned with healing the wounds of the Indochinese war, MCC established a presence in the Lao PDR in May 1975. Over the years, MCC continues to feel that our assistance makes a difference to the lives of individuals living in this country. In cooperation with the Lao government, MCC works to strengthen the capicity of both villagers and government staff through agriculture, health, and education projects.


Contact Details

Address: House 177, Saladaeng Road Vientiane, Lao PDR P.O Box 1118
Telephone: +856 (021) 312625
Fax: N/A
Email: laosinfo@mcc.org
Website: mcclaos.wordpress.com
Contact Person: Wendy Martin, Representative
Other Contact: ,

General Information

Number of Local Staff: 21->30
Number of Expatriate Staff: 1->5
Average Annual Budget: 450000 USD
In Lao PDR Since: 1975
Country of Origin: Canada and United States of America

Branches

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Networks

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Partners

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Projects and Sector of Activities

Title Description Provinces/Districts Sectors/Sub-sectors
Tha Thom Food Security Project

Start Date: Jan 19th 2009
This project aims to promote sustainable and integrated food security in Tha Thom District, addressing multiple issues that contribute to the current ...
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- Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Community Development - Education - Emergency and Humanitarian Relief - Health Care - Human Resources Development - Natural Resources & Ecology - Social Development