Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia: Horn of Africa crisis update January 26, 2012
Mercy Corps teams in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia have already helped more than 1.5 million people caught in the grip of drought and hunger. But six months after this emergency first hit international headlines, there’s still much more to do.
Haiti: Two years later: What we've accomplished January 20, 2012
We've reached more than 1.1 million people in Haiti since the earthquake on January 12, 2010. The people of Haiti never gave up and neither did we.
Haiti: Ensuring the water is clean December 5, 2011
Mercy Corps is distributing vouchers for clean water, checking water quality and distributing soap in Port-au-Prince camps.
China: Supporting migrant youth November 23, 2011
Millions of Chinese continue to migrate from rural areas to cities in pursuit of a better life.
A special thanks November 23, 2011
From all of us at Mercy Corps, have a happy Thanksgiving.
Ethiopia, Kenya: Responding to historic drought November 8, 2011
Here's a video report from my trip last month to the drought-stricken Horn of Africa. It focuses on Ethiopia, where Mercy Corps is providing medical care to malnourished children, restoring them to health using medicines, vitamins and food formulated especially for underfed infants.
World Food Day: Sustainable solutions to hunger October 14, 2011
What will end the global hunger crisis? Solutions that last. We fight hunger by helping farmers grow more, by improving access to credit, by connecting entrepreneurs to new markets.
Colombia: Sounders galvanize support for flood-affected families October 6, 2011
Last year's flooding in northern Colombia hit close to home for Major League Soccer's Seattle Sounders when star forward Fredy Montero received distressing news from his family that his hometown, Campo de la Cruz, was underwater.
Haiti: Peace Day in Mirebalais September 26, 2011
On September 21, Mercy Corps and Partners In Health teamed up to celebrate International Peace Day in Mirebalais, Haiti.
Celebrating Peace Day with major league soccer September 21, 2011
Mercy Corps taps into soccer's popularity and convening power to engage young people and their communities for positive change. We call these programs Sport for Change.