Meghan Prichard’s stories
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.
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.
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.
How we’re investing in entrepreneurs to improve lives around the world
Our Social Venture Fund is a seed-stage impact investment fund designed to help early-stage entrepreneurs overcome barriers to growth. Meet a few of the entrepreneurs we've worked with.
Bangladesh: Rohingya refugee crisis: Quick facts
The Rohingya refugee crisis is one of the world's fastest growing refugee crises. Here's what you need to know about this disaster — and what you can do to help.
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.
United States: In the news: Adopting a new humanitarian strategy
In a piece featured in The Nation, Mercy Corps' Senior Global Policy Advisor Madeline Rose calls for the United States to re-examine its global humanitarian strategy by focusing on violence reduction and conflict prevention.
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.