Japan: Businesses, communities thrive three years after disaster February 26, 2014
Since the 2011 tsunami devastated Japan's northern coast, we've helped 300 entrepreneurs heal their communities by reviving their small businesses.
Colombia: Relief for a family displaced by conflict February 21, 2014
Miriam's family received emergency supplies from us after being uprooted from their home. On a recent trip to Columbia our director of development met her and received a tour of her new shelter — a makeshift house built in a mangrove.
New bill to increase humanitarian access in toughest places February 18, 2014
We've been fighting for U.S. policy reform that would allow for quicker humanitarian response where it's needed most — and we need your support.
Indonesia, Philippines: Meet our field staff: Dewi February 17, 2014
When Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, Dewi Hanifah, a seasoned first responder, was quickly deployed to the devastated region.
Philippines: Rebuilding homes with mobile money February 12, 2014
In the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, our mobile banking program is providing Filipinos, like Rodelyn and Zeny, with safe new roofs — and new opportunities.
Lebanon, Syria: Meeting urgent needs of new Syrian refugees February 7, 2014
Getting critical supplies to families who have recently crossed the border is a key part of our work in Lebanon. Watch a video of our latest distribution.
Indonesia: Emergency support ready in disaster-prone region January 30, 2014
Our Indonesia Response Team is positioned to rush relief to families when emergencies like this month's flooding in West Java strike this vulnerable nation.
South Sudan: Mercy Corps welcomes ceasefire, calls for increased access to those in need January 27, 2014
With this agreement, we and our colleagues hope there will be a quick improvement in the security conditions that help us reach more people with food, water and supplies.
Central African Republic: Distributing food, addressing sanitation needs as violence spreads January 24, 2014
The situation continues to deteriorate in CAR, where we are helping prevent the spread of disease and rushing supplies to families uprooted by fighting.
Mercy Corps mourns the loss of longtime board member Phyllis Dobyns January 23, 2014
From CEO Neal Keny-Guyer: Mercy Corps is mourning the loss of Phyllis Dobyns, a pioneering leader in international relief and development, who had all the best attributes of people who work tirelessly for social change.