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South Sudan: Mercy Corps welcomes ceasefire, calls for increased access to those in need
With this agreement, we and our colleagues hope there will be a quick improvement in the security conditions that help us reach more people with food, water and supplies.
Central African Republic: Distributing food, addressing sanitation needs as violence spreads
The situation continues to deteriorate in CAR, where we are helping prevent the spread of disease and rushing supplies to families uprooted by fighting.
Mercy Corps mourns the loss of longtime board member Phyllis Dobyns
From CEO Neal Keny-Guyer: Mercy Corps is mourning the loss of Phyllis Dobyns, a pioneering leader in international relief and development, who had all the best attributes of people who work tirelessly for social change.
Philippines: Mobile banking helps isolated families recover from Haiyan
Our new mobile money program is speeding funds to typhoon-affected families, like the Franciscos, in remote regions of the Philippines.
South Sudan: Photos of distribution in Juba displacement camp
We distributed supplies like blankets, soap and cooking tools to more families in South Sudan who've sought safety from escalating violence at crowded U.N. bases.
Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: The human toll of the Syria crisis must be addressed long term
As civil war enters its fourth year, we're helping refugees and host countries cope with prolonged displacement — and urge international leaders to do the same.
Philippines: A child's safe haven helps families cope
Merlyn and her three children can't go home again. Child Centered Spaces give the young mother peace of mind as they recover from Typhoon Haiyan.
Central African Republic: Emergency response focused on protection and hygiene
Over 500,000 people have fled their homes in the last month, seeking safety from increasingly sectarian violence centered in the capital of Bangui.
South Sudan: Emergency response expands outside Juba
Fighting continues to spread throughout South Sudan, where Mercy Corps is now working to deliver clean water and reach displaced families outside camps.
Philippines: Rebuilding for Baby Yolee
Born just hours before Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, Baby Yolee survived in the safety of her mother's arms. But there is nothing left for the family to call home.