Joe Navarro, a former FBI profiler, counter intelligence officer, and nonverbal behavior special agent said during a seminar, “It doesn’t matter what you own, it doesn’t matter what you make… the one thing that I’ve learned, the only thing that matters is how you treat those who can do absolutely nothing for you.” Never before have I come across an individual, yet a whole organization live in synchrony with these words as much as the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC).

The MCC was founded in July of 1920, and operates in more than 50 countries with the purpose to spread love and support to those in need. The MCC provides three phases of aid. During or after a crisis, the MCC responds to provide much needed help to those who are affected. Then, MCC volunteers begin to develop the region, educating children and adults in order to make themselves self sustaining. Once the country have fully developed, they are taught how to maintain peace in order to avoid any future conflicts that may lead...

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