Foster resilience and economic empowerment among vulnerable communities and youth.
While China’s growing economy has created new opportunities for many, the widening gap between rich and poor has created new social and economic challenges. Access to stable livelihoods and adequate services remains a serious challenge. Addressing social disparities is now a high priority.
- Children & Youth: Improving educational and work opportunities for urban youth who’ve migrated from rural areas
- Disaster preparedness: Helping local governments and communities prepare for natural disasters while improving local livelihoods
- Conflict & Governance: Cultivating skills for social entrepreneurship among young Chinese leaders
All stories about China
China: Rao Piao: Seeking An Upward Migration January 18, 2007
China: Funding the College Dream in China May 26, 2005
China: Working Together to Fight Poverty May 10, 2005
Two hours into Matthew De Galan’s presentation on non-profit fundraising, his audience is surprisingly lively and attentive. “How do you demonstrate value to donors?” one wants to know. “How often should you report back to supporters on your progress?” asks another.
China: Growing Economies in China May 10, 2005
Behind the headlines about China’s double-digit Gross Domestic Product growth and thriving middle class, there is a more complicated story of entire regions that continue to live in desperate poverty.
China: Reaching New Heights May 10, 2005
Fuan, a bustling coastal city of three million people, appears to have a lot going for it: plentiful natural resources, an important military base and a major trading partner just across the water.
China: Nike and Mercy Corps Address the Challenges of Globalization in Rural China January 21, 2004
China: Mercy Corps Sends Aid For China Floods July 26, 2002
Mercy Corps is assisting families displaced by last month's severe floods in China. Working with its local partner, the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA), Mercy Corps is distributing essential non-food items to families in Shaaix, Sichuan, Hunan, Fujian and Chongqung.
China: Lending Credit and Hope in Rural China May 31, 2002