Syria: Idlib, Syria: #TheWorldIsWatching
Credit: UN OCHA
Afghanistan: Solar power for all in Afghanistan
To help families and businesses access electricity -- and to help foster long-term economic growth -- Mercy Corps is bringing solar power to Afghanistan through a sustainable and thoughtful business model.
Webinar: Making a better world possible
Mercy Corps CEO Neal Keny-Guyer joined committed humanitarian Jen Schmidt on December 7 for a live conversation about how Mercy Corps -- with your support -- is reaching millions of people living on the front lines of crisis.
Thank you for making a better world possible
This holiday season, we want to thank you for being a part of our global community. We're grateful for all the ways you've supported us in making change.
United States: Carmen's story: Recovering from disaster by rebuilding the past
Puerto Rico's most vulnerable residents continue to deal with hardship one year after Hurricane Maria, but with your help, we're building beyond disaster.
How we work: Young people
There are more young people in the world today than in any other time in history. That's why we're here to invest in their futures. Watch the video to learn more.
Jordan, Syria: What happens now: Connecting refugees to critical information on their phones
Watch the video to experience the journey of a refugee and learn how our innovative information app helps them along the way.
Nigeria, South Sudan, Yemen: Hunger solutions: There's more in the mix than food
Three potential famines are looming in South Sudan, Nigeria and Yemen. Hear what is driving an increase in hunger around the world and what Mercy Corps is doing to address these challenges.
How we work: Emergency response
As disasters increasingly strike families and children in vulnerable places around the world, Mercy Corps is there to provide lifesaving relief and help communities build back stronger.
How we work: Cash
Cash is one of the quickest ways to help people get back on their feet and on their way to recovery when crises strike. Whether in the form of vouchers, pre-paid debit cards, mobile transfers, paper money or cash-for-work, it's a direct way of supporting people who need it most.