South Sudan: Border conflicts leave thousands displaced in Sudan June 23, 2011
As South Sudan's independence celebration approaches, a humanitarian crisis is also unfolding in the region.
Japan: VIDEO: Comfort for Kids activities in Kesennuma, Japan June 9, 2011
Mercy Corps and partner Peace Winds are providing art, play and sports therapy for young tsunami survivors through the Comfort for Kids and Moving Forward programs.
Japan: VIDEO: Delivering household supplies to temporary homes in Japan June 9, 2011
Mercy Corps is helping partner Peace Winds distribute household supplies - such as mattresses, dishes and utensils, cookware, linens and children's toys - to displaced tsunami survivors who are moving into temporary homes in devastated cities like Kamaishi.
Japan: Devastation in Natori March 12, 2011
Our partner Peace Winds shot this video on a helicopter survey over tsunami-devastated territory. The text overlay reads, "The current damage condition of the City of Natori, Miyagi Prefecture, March 12 at 2:00 p.m."
Pakistan: Repairing roads and restoring lives in Pakistan March 9, 2011
Floods that struck Pakistan over the summer of 2010 deluged at least one-fifth of the whole country, destroying entire villages. Mercy Corps is organizing more than 100 projects that will help residents repair roads, dig canals and rebuild other infrastructure.
Pakistan: Ensuring clean water for Pakistan's flood-displaced families March 9, 2011
The summer of 2010 brought torrential monsoon rains to Pakistan, flooding at least 20 percent of the entire country. Mercy Corps has distributed clean, fresh water to at least 145,000 people and is helping flooded communities build new water systems.
Pakistan: 'They are just like family' March 5, 2011
During last summer's historic flooding in Pakistan, Mercy Corps opened a mobile medical unit led by a female doctor to care for the needs of women and children. Dr. Antonia Maria explains how "day by day, we developed a bond like family" with women seeking health information and treatment.
Colombia: Preventing floods in Barranquilla February 17, 2011
Flooding and landslides caused by unusually heavy winter rains affected more than two million people in Colombia. Thanks to disaster-prevention work in the neighborhood of La Cangrejera by Mercy Corps and partner ITT, the neighborhood's 1200 families were unaffected.
Sri Lanka: Peace and reconciliation through sport February 15, 2011
The decades-long civil war in Sri Lanka finally ended in May 2009, leaving 80,000 dead, many thousands more dislocated, and a legacy of mistrust, tension and lack of communication between Sinhalese, Tamil and Muslim communities.
India: A future of reading on India’s tea estates October 18, 2010
On the tea estates in northeastern India, generations of girls and women have grown up without learning how to read — they spend their days in the field, just as their parents did, and there is no access or time to attend school.