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Philippines: Quick facts: What you need to know about Super Typhoon Haiyan
It's one of the worst disasters in recent history. See the map of Haiyan's impact in the Philippines — and the response to help survivors.
Mercy Corps celebrates the 100th birthday of Landrum Bolling
Honoring our director at large, whose vast experience in foreign politics and conflict resolution have put peace at the forefront of Mercy Corps' mission.
Philippines: Meet our Typhoon Haiyan emergency response team
Experts in water, sanitation, logistics and distributions are working to ensure lifesaving supplies get to survivors in the Philippines in these critical early days.
Philippines: Launching emergency response to reach survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan
Mercy Corps is deploying teams to the Philippines to help meet immediate needs for water, sanitation, shelter and food in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.
Philippines: Monitoring needs after historic Typhoon Haiyan
Our staff in Manila and in the region stand prepared to respond as more information emerges from the Philippines and needs become clearer.
Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Raising awareness to prevent polio among Syrian refugee children
A polio outbreak in Syria raises concerns about disease in crowded refugee conditions. We're supporting UNCEF's vaccination campaign and addressing sanitation needs.
Philippines: Super Typhoon Haiyan approaches the Philippines
Mercy Corps teams are prepared to respond as one of the most powerful storms in recent history approaches the vulnerable island nation.
India: Shelter for families displaced by Cyclone Phailin
Evacuations saved lives, but the massive storm left hundreds of thousands without homes and electricity as winter approaches.
Central African Republic: Increased violence and displacement put millions at risk, raise international concerns
A recent meeting of UN and NGO emergency directors highlighted the country's profound humanitarian crisis that cannot be ignored.
Uganda: Making clean energy affordable far from the city
Kerosene used for light and cooking is risky and costly. So why aren't families rushing to switch to fuel efficient cookstoves and solar units?