Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Syria: An ongoing crisis January 14, 2013
Refugee numbers are predicted to double as Syria's violent conflict drags on. We're on the ground in Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq helping meet their most urgent needs for water, warmth and safety.
DR Congo: Chaos in Congo: After the rebel invasion January 10, 2013
When rebels invaded Goma, eastern Congo's largest city, our teams rushed to help tens of thousands who were forced to flee as the battle approached their homes.
Indonesia: Nutrition on wheels December 18, 2012
In the urban slums of Jakarta, kids under five years old are getting enriched, nutritious food from an unusual place: healthy food carts.
South Sudan: Helping Kids Heal: A school for Marsa October 4, 2012
Marsa and her family have resettled in South Sudan after years as refugees, but the basics of learning are still missing.
Celebrate The Princess Bride by sending help around the world October 1, 2012
In honor of the cult classic's 25th anniversary, the stars of The Princess Bride have reunited in support of our work around the world.
Haiti: Helping Kids Heal: Emmanuella's story August 31, 2012
The 2010 earthquake was just the first tragedy to strike Emmanuella's young life. Amid violence and uncertainty, she's found comfort and confidence on the soccer field.
Niger: Feeding families in the Sahel July 12, 2012
As the hunger crisis continues to worsen across the Sahel, even emergency food for malnourished children is not going far enough.
South Sudan: From the field: Local market perseveres after attacks June 21, 2012
Mercy Corps staff visit the local market in Bentiu that was damaged in recent aerial attacks, part of the ongoing conflict with Sudan to the north.
Breaking down global gender barriers: Mercy Corps TEDx Talk May 25, 2012
"Whenever people are involved, gender is involved." Mercy Corps' Sahar Alnouri discusses the movement to prioritize gender considerations in global development work.
Colombia: Reclaiming children of war May 14, 2012
As many as 14,000 children are fighting in Colombia's armed conflict. Each year, hundreds are rescued or escape — but it's too risky to return home. Mercy Corps is helping them start over.