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South Sudan: Renewed fighting threatens humanitarian efforts
As the rainy season ends, violence is picking up again in South Sudan's ten-month conflict. How our staff worked to continue relief efforts when fighting erupted in Bentiu last week.
Iraq, Syria: Syrian families from Kobane find safety in Iraq
After a month of fighting, many families from the besieged Syrian town have journeyed more than 500 miles to Iraq. We're helping newly arrived refugees and preparing displaced families for winter.
South Sudan: The story of Ganyiel: A safe hiding place
The village of Ganyiel is one of few safe places in war-torn South Sudan. Get a glimpse of what life is like for people who’ve sought refuge there.
Liberia: Ebola response: Mobilizing communities to stop the spread
Mercy Corps is launching a massive public education campaign to help contain the Ebola outbreak. How we’ll equip 2 million people to prevent transmission.
India: In the field helping families stranded by Kashmir floods
Stagnant floodwaters still haven't receded and are creating risks for people who can't return home. How we're reaching families like Fatima’s with supplies.
Niger: Badariya's story
Badariya wants nothing more than to go to school, but must stay home to tend to chores. What does her future hold? Hear how Mercy Corps is helping her find her voice.
Niger: Life of a girl: Spend the day with Badariya
What's it like to be a 13-year-old girl in West Africa? Badariya doesn't get to spend her day in a classroom, but she's still determined to change her future. Follow a day in her life and see how.
Q+A: How we help girls fulfill their potential
Girls in developing countries face risks at every turn. Learn how we help them stay on a path towards a bright and productive future.
Timor-Leste: Fish ponds bring hope to hard-working families
As rice farmers cope with changing weather patterns, we're helping them build new sustainable sources of food and income.
West Bank and Gaza: Families struggle to rebuild
The fighting in Gaza has subsided, but the story is far from over. For families who've lost their homes and livelihoods, recovery is not easy.