Timor-Leste: Benefits of clean energy radiate through villages September 18, 2013
In Timor-Leste, 65 percent of the population does not have access to electricity. We're helping communities there build clean energy markets that improve their lives and strengthen their economies.
Jordan, Syria: Aya's story: A future in limbo September 17, 2013
Just a year from finishing high school when she fled Syria, Aya now struggles to help her family find a semblance of home in Zaatari refugee camp.
Humankind photo contest: More of our favorites September 13, 2013
We were so impressed by the submissions to our photo contest that we can't help but share more of them. Scroll through the slideshow to see the colors and the faces that bring our shared experience to life.
Lebanon, Syria: A journal by young Syrian refugees September 12, 2013
In our photojournalism workshops, 300 Syrian youth embarked on a project to document their lives. See their photos, drawings, letters and poems.
Jordan, Syria: In the news: Marketplace examines impact of Syrian refugee crisis on host countries September 12, 2013
As more refugees continue to stream across Syria's borders, Marketplace talks to Mercy Corps about the strain on Jordanian host communities.
Lebanon, Syria: Fadi's story: A camera offers new perspective September 12, 2013
We're using photography to help young Syrian refugees like Fadi find purpose and integrate into their new communities. Read his story and see his photos.
Lebanon, Syria: Meet our field staff: Ghassan September 10, 2013
As part of the Mercy Corps team responding to the Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon, Ghassan's gentle poise and easy smile make him the ideal mentor for the children he helps.
Liberia: Behind the camera: The power of one pen September 9, 2013
Freelance photographer Nancy Farese is documenting Mercy Corps programs in Haiti this week. Prior to leaving, she reflected on her last trip to Liberia in 2011.
Lebanon, Syria: Life across the border: Supporting Syrian refugees in Lebanon September 5, 2013
Lebanon is hosting the largest number of Syrian refugees. Yet, the country — the smallest to border Syria — does not have enough services to support them all.
Jordan, Syria: Missile strikes or no missile strikes, Syrians are desperate September 4, 2013
There are lots of complicated, open questions about Syria this week. But one fact is crystal clear: Syrians are going to continue suffering massively and the world is failing to meet their needs.