Niger: Santou's story
Recurring droughts in West Africa make it difficult for Santou to grow enough food to feed her family. Find out how a pair of goats has changed her life.
Syria crisis & children: Why is it vital to focus on their needs?
Hear from Nigel Pont, Middle East Program Director: "If we don't invest in them now, then we'll certainly be hearing from them later."
Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Syria: Three years in crisis
A look inside the worst humanitarian disaster of our time and what we must do to help families trapped by war.
Thank you, from Mercy Corps
Together, we’re transforming lives around the world. Watch this short video and meet just a few of the millions of people you’ve helped this year.
Philippines: Displaced families seeking help in cities
Millions were displaced by Typhoon Haiyan. Mercy Corps' Emergency Team Leader shares what it's like for families in evacuation centers far from where their homes once stood.
Philippines: Emergency team leader discusses what's needed most
Earlier this week, Mark Ferdig shared how the response team — now on the ground in Cebu — prepares to help survivors quickly.
Lebanon, Syria: Doulama's story: A video by Syrian youth
Doulama was 18 when she was forced to flee her home in Syria. Two years later, she talks about the escape and how she dreams of going back home.
South Sudan: Building schools in a new nation
Education here ranks among the lowest in the world. In this beautiful footage, see the safe classrooms we've built, and the children who are getting a new chance to learn.
Haiti: Women entrepreneurs creating new opportunities
In Port-au-Prince, still recovering from the 2010 earthquake, financial stability is elusive. But tenacious women like Bilha believe in a better future.
South Sudan: Feeding families from the ground up
Thousands displaced by conflict are trying to start new lives in the Abyei area. But access to food is limited in the contested border region.