What do we mean by ‘Shared Value’? June 19, 2013
CEO Neal Keny-Guyer on the future of NGOs: If we're going to create enduring solutions to poverty, we've got to bring the right partners together to tackle today's toughest challenges.
Libya: Meet our field staff: Inas June 17, 2013
Once a refugee herself, Inas knows firsthand the challenges in post-revolution Libya. That's why she's determined to empower women to take an active role in shaping their nation’s future.
West Bank and Gaza: Gaza Sky Geeks takes tech support to the next level June 13, 2013
In the isolated Gaza Strip, economic instability is a constant. But in the months after November's conflict, our work with tech-savvy Palestinian youth has taken a new spin.
China: Ya'an earthquake response: Partnering to reach families in need June 12, 2013
Nearly two months later, people are still living in tents, their homes destroyed — but many partners have joined us to help these communities recover and rebuild.
Jordan, Syria: Syrian refugees outside camps struggle to meet needs June 11, 2013
These are a few of the thousands of families we've been able to reach in northern Jordan. There are many more like them who need our help.
Somalia: Bringing youth together on and off the pitch June 10, 2013
Last month, I stood on the sidelines of a field that felt all too familiar, yet worlds apart. I was in Garowe, Somalia — more than 8,000 miles from home in Portland, Oregon — celebrating Somali Youth Day with a 10-day youth soccer tournament.
China: Hygiene kits help earthquake survivors in remote villages June 7, 2013
“People are so excited they arrive early to help unload the kits and wait anxiously for their names to be called to receive them,” said emergency response team member Liu Xiao.
Advocating for food assistance funding in Congress June 6, 2013
Mercy Corps and other NGO partners are fighting to prevent devastating cuts in the federally-funded program that provides lifesaving assistance to tens of millions of hungry families around the world.
Indonesia: Fighting poverty in the Spice Islands June 5, 2013
Amid the tropical beauty of Indonesia's Maluku islands some families are living on less than 36 cents a day. We're helping spice farmers turn the abundance all around them into profit.
South Sudan: Feeding families from the ground up May 31, 2013
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.