Ukraine: Elderly struggle through trauma of war
When Maria and Misha’s home was destroyed by fighting, they were left homeless and terrified. Read their story and learn what we’re doing to help those most in need.
Mali: A better life grows from four tons of potatoes
After an extended period of drought and conflict, Fatoumata was having trouble making ends meet. Learn how we’re helping her harvest more food and provide for her family.
Nepal: Taking a risk on ginger
Santu had a bountiful ginger farm, until one year she lost it all to disease. Learn how we helped her overcome challenges and build back even stronger.
Uganda: A tiny seed transforms a community
Better training is boosting incomes for sesame-growing families in Uganda. Meet one couple who is investing in their future.
Jordan, Syria: From refugee to role model
Sami hated life in the refugee camp when he arrived. Now, two years later, he’s helping other young people shift their perspective and dream for the future.
Jordan, Syria: After despair: Sami's story
Two years ago, Sami felt alone and trapped in his new life at Jordan's Zaatari refugee camp. Now, he's turned his experience around and is helping others as a volunteer for one of Mercy Corps' youth centers.
Guatemala: Technology connects snow pea farmers to success
The export market is critical for snow pea farmers. To help them stay on the path to success, we’re connecting them to a new software that tracks their harvests.
Liberia: Quick facts: What you need to know about stopping Ebola
What will it take to end the largest Ebola outbreak in history? Get the facts about the reality on the ground and what we're doing to contain the disease.
Liberia: What happens after Ebola?
After a year of fighting Ebola, Liberia faces a rocky road towards recovery. See how we equipped 2 million people with lifesaving information, and what we’re doing next to help people recover.
Yemen: In the news: Violence and uncertainty in Sana'a
Mercy Corps’ Jonathan Bartolozzi spoke with National Public Radio about recent bombings in the Yemeni capital, and how it affects humanitarian aid in the country.