Uganda: Strength in numbers: Women's groups reuniting families
In rural Uganda, countless families are separated because of local conflicts. Women’s groups are banding together to bring people back together again.
Central African Republic: Building towards a better future
As the only woman in her carpentry workshop, Berthe has to be tough. But the skills she’s learning will help give her family the future they deserve.
Nepal: A smart matriarch turns pickles into profit
In hot western Nepal, Harikala Yogi and her family have mastered the art of pickling mangoes. See how Harikala broke boundaries and took the family business to new heights.
A new path to counter youth violence
Young people are not driven to conflict simply because they are unemployed. Mercy Corps CEO Neal Keny-Guyer discusses what our new research means for international efforts to address the rise of violent extremism.
Who are the world's toughest women?
We work with brave and resilient women all around the world. In honor of International Women's Day, we are celebrating just a few of the toughest women we know. Meet them and share their inspiring stories.
Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Quick facts: What you need to know about the Syria crisis
Nearly four years in, Syria's civil war has fueled a massive exodus. See the staggering statistics and learn the facts behind the figures.
Jordan, Syria: Photos: Winter through the eyes of Syrian refugee children
In their own words, Syrian refugee children at Zaatari camp tell us what the winter has been like — and what they wish for to get through the freezing weather.
9 humanitarian crises we can't ignore this year
Barely two months into 2015, we are faced with escalating threats in many parts of the world that are putting millions of people at risk. What are the biggest challenges we face in the year ahead — and what must we do to help?
Afghanistan, Colombia, Somalia: In the news: Research on youth violence opens eyes to injustices that must be addressed
Vice News and CNN report on our new study offering insights and recommendations to keep an overlooked generation of young people from radical extremism.
Afghanistan, Colombia, Somalia: Report: What drives youth to violence?
Getting youth development right has never been more pressing. But what underlying grievances must the global community address in order to keep this overlooked generation from violence? Our research in Afghanistan, Colombia and Somalia provides new insights and recommendations.