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United States: Who is designing for the world's urban poor?
It was just a few weeks ago that millions were swooning over the new Apple iPhone 5. Larger, faster and lighter than the last model, people in the U.S. had no problem spending $300 for the latest technology.
South Sudan: Helping Kids Heal: A school for Marsa
Marsa and her family have resettled in South Sudan after years as refugees, but the basics of learning are still missing.
Myanmar: Bringing abundance back to the land of temples
Many families in Myanmar’s Northern Rakhine state don’t have enough to eat during the year. Unpredictable weather patterns have plagued small farmers and disrupted their productivity.
India: Brewing change for ten years
In Darjeeling, deep in the foothills of the Himalayas, and in Assam, nourished by a tropical river basin, the world's most favored teas are hand-planted, plucked and processed.
Celebrate The Princess Bride by sending help around the world
In honor of the cult classic's 25th anniversary, the stars of The Princess Bride have reunited in support of our work around the world.
Zimbabwe: Innovative farming initiative recognized at Clinton gathering
Mercy Corps and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation were recognized at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York City on Tuesday for their Commitment to Action to implement Agri-Fin Mobile.
Haiti: Welcoming Haitian youth soccer coaches
This week, Mercy Corps welcomes 14 youth soccer coaches from Haiti to our offices and our community.
Yemen: How we can turn the tide
Some say Yemen is on the edge of abyss. But there is a tremendous opportunity in Yemen — especially if we can harness the potential of the youth.
Ethiopia: A nomadic life inspires mobile health work
Mohamed Shariff Ali ("Mali") works around the clock these days overseeing Mercy Corps health and resilience programs in Ethiopia. But when he was growing up, he remembers life revolving around three things: the animals, the weather and the seasons.
Jordan, Syria: Leena's worries for her children
I met Leena in the Zaatari refugee camp, near Jordan's northwest border with Syria.