South Sudan: Voices from Juba
What do displaced people in Juba have to say about the humanitarian crisis? See photos and hear about their experiences and hopes for a better future.
West Bank and Gaza: Follow the Mercy Corps emergency response in Gaza
Our team in Gaza doesn't know what the next day will bring. They keep working through conflict to help thousands of families every day. Read the latest updates.
Central African Republic: Q+A: Working with communities to stop gender-based violence
Women in conflict-affected countries are especially vulnerable to violence. Learn how we're leading the fight to stop gender-based violence in CAR.
Mercy Corps' work: It starts with you
What can one person do? We believe that even in the world’s toughest places, people have the power to transform their own lives. See how we work together to strengthen communities from within.
Mali, Niger, Nigeria: Why women are key to building resilience
Increasingly frequent droughts are the new reality in the Sahel. Our new research shows how gender equality helps communities survive these and other disasters.
India: Responding to devastating floods in Kashmir
Kashmir has been inundated with its worst floods in half a century. We’re distributing medicine and clean water to stranded families.
South Sudan: Quick facts: What you need to know about the South Sudan crisis
The man-made humanitarian crisis is threatening to turn into famine in South Sudan. How did this happen? Get the facts and learn why this young nation needs our help.
Humankind photo contest: Winner and other favorites
We received hundreds of photos from you showing how you see the world. Now, see the winning photo and our other favorite submissions.
West Bank and Gaza: What clean water means to families in Gaza
For 10-year-old HIba and her family, clean water from Mercy Corps one thing they can count on during these precarious days in Gaza.
Nepal: Meet Sarmila: Overcoming challenges to stay in school
Sarmila is from the poorest caste in Nepal, but she's on track to graduate 10th grade. Learn how we help Sarmila and other marginalized girls stay in school.