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Mission and Ministry
United Methodist women process cassava tubers into attiéké, a traditional Ivorian dish, at a new semi-mechanized processing plant in Anyama, Côte d'Ivoire. A $200,000 grant from the United Methodist Committee on Relief helped fund the production plant. Photo by Isaac Broune, UM News.

Traditional Ivorian dish cooking up profits for women

United Methodist women will be making attiéké, a traditional Ivorian dish made from cassava flour, at a new processing plant.
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Jean Tshomba, coordinator of UMCOR's disaster management office in Eastern Congo, hands over a bag of flour to one of the beneficiaries during the distribution of food in the Lubutu ecclesiastical district at the end of November 2019. The United Methodist Committee on Relief provided humanitarian assistance to war-displaced people in the region. Photo courtesy of UMCOR Disaster Management Office, East Congo.

Church helps war-displaced families in East Congo

The United Methodist Committee on Relief provided a $100,000 grant to distribute food to more than 5,500 people who fled their homes due to violence.
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Manila Area Bishop Ciriaco Q. Francisco (left) and Jestril Alvarado, West Pampanga District superintendent, help distribute food to Aeta communities in Floridablanca in the Pampanga province of the Philippines. Holding the microphone is the Rev. Leslie Casupanan-Dela Cruz. The United Methodist Committee on Relief issued a $100,000 grant to provide support for 860 indigenous families affected by a deadly earthquake. Photo by the Rev. Gilbert Cedillo.

UMCOR aids indigenous earthquake survivors

The United Methodist Committee on Relief issued a $100,000 grant to provide support for 860 Aeta families affected by spring quake.