Foster resilience and economic empowerment among vulnerable communities and youth. Help communities better prepare for future disasters and partner with Chinese development organizations to build their capacity.
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
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China: Earthquake devastates China's Qinghai Province
Earlier today, a 6.9 earthquake struck one of China's westernmost provinces, killing at least 400 people and injuring thousands.
China: Helping inform policy in China
Tomorrow, I will be representing Mercy Corps China at the National Post-disaster Psychosocial Response Plan Review Seminar, organized by School of Social Development and Public Policy (SSDPP) at Beijing Normal University.
China: Photo of the Day: A message of hope
Psychosocial programing may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Mercy Corps' work, but one look at this photo and you realize how important it is.
China: Christine: There for Sichuan's Survivors
China: Healing the Future
So much depends on children. They're the pride and joy of their families, as well as eternal hope for a better future. There's perhaps no place in the world where this rings more true than China.
China: Helping Children Recover
When the 7.9-magnitude earthquake rocked Sichuan Province in May, 2008 – causing at least 69,000 deaths and displacing up to 10 million people – Mercy Corps was there to help.
China: Needs Arise from Another Earthquake
I have been back in the United States since Saturday afternoon. As usual, these first few days have been experienced — and felt — through the blurriness of a fifteen-hour time difference between Oregon and China. Jet lag renders everything into vagaries.
China: A Rare Treasure
I think what I'll always remember about distribution day in Yunji is the range of emotions.
China: Literally Beautiful