Mutual Learning

One of MCC’s core values is “mutual learning.”  This means that we do our best to share our experiences and expertise with one another and our partners – while also learning from the unique assets and knowledge of our partners and the communities they serve.  We believe that a stronger program and lasting impact happen through our collective learning.

One of the ways MCC promotes mutual learning is through Learning Tours, through which MCC constituents are invited to learn directly from our partners.  Recently, we had the opportunity to host a Learning Tour of participants from MCC Alberta (Canada).  They were able to listen to the stories of those impacted by our partners’ programming, meet our partner staff, learn about Nepal’s context, and have quite a few adventures along the way.  Thank you to MCC Alberta for bringing your spirit of curiosity, adventure and encouragement to us in Nepal!

Photos below are from the MCC Alberta Learning Tour visit to Okhaldhunga District; photos by Avash Karki, MCC Nepal Earthquake Program Support Officer.

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A group photo of Alberta Learning Tour in Rawadolu village. MCC Nepal partners with SAHAS (Group of Helping Hands) and its member organization, LDCDF (Likhu Demba Community development Forum), in implementing an earthquake recovery project since 2016.
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Kushal Bhatta, Program Coordinator of SAHAS Nepal, Gordon Baergen and Ron Janz observe the meter box set aside the newly built drinking water reservoir tank in Rawadolu village.
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Santamaya Sunuwar poses in front of her household tap in Ragani village in Okhaldhunga, which was supported by SAHAS and LDCDF.
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Learning Tour participants Annie and Ernie help inaugurate a drinking water tap by cutting a ribbon and opening the faucet in Khijifalate village in Okhaldhunga, Nepal.

Learn more about our upcoming Nepal Learning Tour in April 2019.


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