Syria: "There is still a humanitarian need at an incredibly large scale": Q&A with the deputy country director for Syria
We're still at the front lines of the crisis in Syria. Learn more in this interview with our Deputy Country Director Made Ferguson, who shares his on-the-ground perspective on the current situation.
Peace & Security Recommendations to G7 Foreign Ministers
Ahead of this week's G7 Ministerial Meeting, Mercy Corps has joined forces with a coalition of civil society organisations to call for action on our shared global objectives.
Quick facts: Cyclone Idai's effect on southern Africa
Cyclone Idai is reported to be the deadliest storm system so far this year; more than 2 million people have been affected. Learn more about the cyclone and find out how you can help.
Niger: "When suffering time comes, we have to suffer": Coping with hunger in Niger
There’s no easy way to solve the problems that hunger brings to Halima and families like hers. With each passing day, a new challenge arises. Mercy Corps is helping address those challenges.
DR Congo: A humanitarian life born from displacement
As the director of the communications team in DRC, Odette regularly meets with families facing crisis. As a former refugee, she understands their struggles firsthand.
Jordan: We worked with adolescent girls to design their own reproductive health sessions. Here's what they taught us.
Refugee girls in Zaatari camp told us that they primarily learned about their bodies from older girls. So we let them take the lead.
Afghanistan, Colombia, DR Congo, Indonesia, Nigeria, Syria, Yemen: 7 crises we're watching in 2019
Yemen, Nigeria, Colombia and beyond — here are the top crises we're keeping an eye on in 2019.
Nigeria: How to hack hate speech in Nigeria
At a Hate Speech Hackathon sponsored by Mercy Corps, young Nigerians came together to combat hate with code.
Yemen: In Yemen, a father transforms an entire community
When Yemen's conflict made it impossible for Wassim to find steady work, Mercy Corps helped him do something bold—and create a far-reaching impact.
Nigeria: A nightmare ended, a dream realized: How one woman is rebuilding after Boko Haram
After Boko Haram left Jummai's village, she was eager to start a new business to provide for her family. Now she has not one, but two thriving small businesses.