South Sudan: Why we're not giving up on South Sudan
More than 5 million people face starvation in South Sudan — but we're not giving up. Read how we're changing lives amid a horrific crisis.
Yemen: Quick facts: What you need to know about the crisis in Yemen
75 percent of Yemen's population — 22.2 million people — is in need of humanitarian support like food, water and medicine. How did this happen? Here's what you need to know about this crisis, and what you can do to help.
South Sudan: 'This is the last chance we have': A report from the front lines of famine
A Q&A with Deepmala Mahla, Mercy Corps' country director for South Sudan, on the realities of famine in one of the world's poorest countries.
Niger: Why we're inviting men to husband school
Women in rural Niger traditionally bear the burden of all the tasks that a healthy home and family depend on. We're helping strengthen families by teaching husbands to take an active role, too.
Niger: How farm school is helping Salma beat hunger
Through training and new techniques, Salma and her community are learning to grow more hearty, bountiful crops to carry them through the hunger gap, the time between harvests when food stores traditionally run out.
Nigeria: The new threat for survivors of Boko Haram
For millions of Nigerians who've escaped the terror of Boko Haram, the struggle to survive isn't over. In their places of refuge a new danger lingers: hunger.
PHOTOS: Kitchens around the world
In every corner of the world, food brings people together. But where we cook and gather looks different for each one of us, depending on where we live and what we've been through.
Yemen: In the face of hunger, a doctor's knowledge goes viral
Some 14 million people in Yemen people don't have the food they need. Learn how one doctor is challenging traditional beliefs and teaching mothers why exclusive breastfeeding is the best way to keep their children healthy and fed.
Syria: Q&A: How bread is helping families survive in Syria
Before the war in Syria, bread was a staple food for families there. Now, after more than five years of conflict, it's a lifeline. Find out how we're getting this critical food to war-torn communities, and helping Syrians feed their families.
The first 1,000 days: No time for malnutrition
The first 1,000 days of a child's life, when development is happening more quickly than it ever will, is the most harmful time for them to be malnourished. Learn about the causes and effects of this devastating condition.