Our 10 best photos of 2018
These 10 most visually compelling photos from 2018 show the struggles that people face and their resilience in overcoming them. They also represent our geographic and programmatic diversity, as well as some of the most innovative and lifesaving work that Mercy Corps is doing around the world.
5 ways you made the world a better place in 2018
Our supporters helped transform the lives of 28 million people in 40 countries this year. Read more about this year's accomplishments.
Kenya: How camel milk ATMs are strengthening lives in Kenya
We're working with Kenyans to improve the camel milk trade, from processing the milk to selling it in markets.
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.
13 different ways you can give this season
Do you know all the different ways you can support Mercy Corps’ work around the world? Explore all the many ways you can get involved and spark the spirit of giving this holiday season. Thank you for transforming lives and helping communities thrive.
Yemen: In Yemen, one family’s fight against cholera
When Abdullah’s 7-year-old daughter Nehan fell ill with cholera, he brought her to a local Mercy Corps-supported health clinic. As one family fights this disease, millions of others in Yemen are suffering amidst a massive humanitarian crisis.
DR Congo: The ripple effect of clean water
We're working directly in communities to help address clean water access. Women like Noella are instrumental in contributing to our efforts.
Kenya: Editar reclaims her power in Kenya
Editar has emerged as one of the leading voices for women in her community in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya. She is dedicated to combating the toxic masculinity she says afflicts Kenyan society, and credits Mercy Corps' training for giving her the confidence to help empower other women.
Jordan, Syria: I lost everything when my home was bombed. So I built a school for refugees.
Ahmad was a cattle farmer in Syria when war ended the only life he knew. So he resettled in Jordan—and did something radical.