Resilience at Mercy Corps August 1, 2013
For Mercy Corps, resilience is defined as the capacity of communities in complex socio-ecological systems to learn, cope, adapt, and transform in the face of shocks and stresses.
Managing Chaos: Recommendations for Ending Extreme Poverty in Fragile States June 26, 2014
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Japan: After the Japan Earthquake: NGO Survey June 13, 2014
Completed by Japan Platform approximately two years after the Great East Japan Earthquake this survey was conducted as part of the ‘Tomodachi NGO Leadership Program’ to evaluate the response of Jap
Myanmar: Intercommunal Violence in Myanmar June 5, 2014
Myanmar’s continuing economic and political transition, along with a history of complex religious and ethnic disputes, has led to increased intercommunal tensions and violence.
Myanmar: Socio-Economic Analysis of Kayah State in Myanmar May 27, 2014
In March - June 2013, a consortium involving Mercy Corps and four other INGO and NGO partners conducted a socio-economic analysis of Kayah State in Myanmar with funding from the European Union.
Financial Inclusion: Mercy Corps' Approach and Capacity April 28, 2014
Globally there are over 2.5 billion people who are excluded or underserved by financial systems.
Mercy Corps Resilience Hubs April 24, 2014
Mercy Corps has prioritized resilience at an agency level.
Japan: Small Business Recovery Program Evaluation April 24, 2014
In response to the March 2011 Great East Earthquake and Tsunami, Mercy Corps formed a unique partnership between PlaNet Finance Japan, Shinkin Central Bank, and Kesennuma Shinkin Bank to reinforce
Iraq: Bridging the Gap April 24, 2014
Civil society plays a critical role in ensuring that government is open, participatory and accountable to citizens.
About the Resilience Learning Consortium April 24, 2014
The concept of ‘resilience’ has gained traction, and donors, implementers, and other stakeholders have begun to invest more heavily in this approach.