Central African Republic: Women in CAR: What are you thankful for? April 19, 2010
Mercy Corps' Cassandra Nelson interviews beneficiaries in Central African Republic about what they are thankful for.
Central African Republic: Baking a better future in Africa April 19, 2010
In the impoverished Central African Republic, we're finding ways to help women like Edwige feed her family by expanding their economic opportunities.
Mercy Corps and the Mongol rally December 16, 2009
A short film detailing some of the projects supported by funds from the Mongol Rally.
Biodiesel in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina August 28, 2009
Tuzla long suffered from a reputation of being one of the most polluted cities in Bosnia, but an innovative initiative is helping reverse that label.
World Humanitarian Day August 19, 2009
Established by the General Assembly of the United Nations in December 2008, August 19, 2009 is the first World Humanitarian Day. The designation of the day is a way to increase public understanding of humanitarian assistance activities worldwide.
West Bank and Gaza: CNN's 'generation Islam' puts youth in the lead August 17, 2009
CNN's Christiane Amanpour interviews youth in Gaza who participate in Mercy Corps' Global Citizen Corps in her Special Report, "Generation Islam." Watch additional interview clips here.
Neal Keny-Guyer on Oregon Public Broadcasting May 20, 2009
Do you like public television? So do we. Watch Mercy Corps CEO Neal Keny-Guyer express his support for Oregon Public Broadcasting, the public media in Mercy Corps' home state, as part of an OPB promotion.
Indonesia: Nineteen: Cahyan, tofu snack seller May 15, 2009
Cahyan, 45, sells a tofu specialty called tahu gejrot from a food stall in Jakarta's affluent Menteng neighborhood. He also prepares this dish for catered events; in all, he earns up to $968 a month.
Indonesia: Nineteen: Hasanuddin, water seller May 15, 2009
Hasanuddin, 44, operates a small food stall and sells water in an illegal settlement under a toll road in Jakarta. He says that he earns "enough to survive."
Indonesia: Nineteen: Eni, jamu seller May 15, 2009
Eni, 31, sells a traditional herbal medicine called jamu from a basket that she carries around the dockyards and fish markets of North Jakarta. She's made as much as $242 in a month to support her family.