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Ukraine: Reaching families on the front lines of conflict
What do people living on the “line of contact” in eastern Ukraine need most? Safe shelter and clean water. Learn more about how we’re helping people cope.
Kenya, Somalia: The long journey home
Many refugees of the Somali civil war never thought they’d be able to return. Follow one man’s journey and learn how we’re helping Somali refugees in Kenya find their way back home.
Nepal: Cash stimulates recovery in villages shattered by quake
Find out how local shopkeepers are helping us get money to vulnerable families in hard-to-reach communities.
Jordan, Syria: We asked refugees: What did you bring with you?
Many Syrian refugees fled with only seconds to grab what matters to them most. These personal items are now bittersweet symbols of home and hope.
Jordan, Syria: What do refugees need after leaving everything behind?
People who escape the war in Syria leave nearly empty-handed and now have few options to support themselves. See some of the items we provide to help them maintain their new life.
West Bank and Gaza: A year after conflict, families are determined to rebuild
Rebuilding is difficult in any situation, but in Gaza, it’s nearly impossible. Learn how we’re helping families cope and move forward.
Nepal: Subba shows us why cash is key to recovering after disaster
We’re giving earthquake-affected families money to buy the things they need right in their communities. Learn how the spending helps local shop owners like Subba get back in business, and jump-starts recovery for everyone.
Ukraine: Crossing the line to feed people in need
Last week Mercy Corps crossed into the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic to delivery urgently needed food. Learn how we made the journey to help feed families who have no other options.
Pakistan: Revolutionizing childbirth in remote villages
We're making childbirth safer for mothers in Pakistan by teaching women about the special care they need during pregnancy — and training skilled midwives how to provide it for them.
Nigeria: In vulnerable communities, young women dream big
Abasiya used to be like many young women in Nigeria — out of school, poor, and with few opportunities in front of her. How did she build dreams for the future?