- Tropical Storm Nate - Oct 2017
- Mexico: Earthquake - Sep 2017
- Mexico/Guatemala: Earthquake - Sep 2017
- Tropical Cyclone Franklin - Aug 2017
- Hurricane Earl - Aug 2016
- Central America: Floods and Landslides - Jun 2016
- Latin America: Storm Surge - May 2015
- Mexico/Guatemala: Earthquake - Jul 2014
- Central America: Drought - 2014-2017
- Mexico: Tropical Storms Ingrid and Manuel - Sep 2013
By Rachel Bergen
MCC is responding to the two earthquakes which ravaged Mexico, including the 7.1-magnitude quake that hit southern Mexico near Atencingo, Puebla state, causing significant damage in Mexico City on September 19.
Hundreds of buildings collapsed in Mexico City, including some schools, trapping people in the rubble. More than 225 were killed in the capital, and the death toll continues to rise as citizens pick through what’s left of buildings.
MCC is sending food and supplies to Durango State, Mexico, to help families affected by widespread drought.
WINNIPEG, Man. – More than 1,000 families in Durango State, Mexico, are now receiving food and blankets as part of MCC’s response to widespread drought.
Packets containing beans, rice, oil, corn, lentils, noodles and sugar will be distributed to families in the villages and hills in the Nuevo Ideal area. Families will also receive canned meat and MCC blankets.
MCC is appealing for $290,000 Cdn. / $250,000 U.S. to help people affected by Tropical Storm Stan, which made landfall on Oct. 4 and caused flooding, mudslides and at least 1,153 deaths in Guatemala, El Salvador and southern Mexico.
MCC responds to Tropical Storm Stan
MCC is responding to Tropical Storm Stan in Central America, which made landfall in southern Mexico on Oct. 4 and caused flooding, mudslides and at least 769 deaths in multiple countries.
MCC will support the responses of partner organizations in El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and Nicaragua. As an initial response, MCC is providing $5,800 Cdn./$5,000 U.S. in grants to three partner organizations in El Salvador.
CAMPECHE, Mexico - Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is committing $44,500 Cdn./$30,000 U.S. to assist people in southern Mexico communities damaged in October by Hurricane Isadore. Funds will be split equally between the eight low German-speaking Mennonite colonies in Campeche state and the surrounding indigenous communities.
MCC is sending a four-member assessment team to determine the damage left by Hurricane Isadore's heavy rain storms and strong winds in the Yucatan Peninsula, southern Mexico. The hurricane hit in early October.