Education is the foundation of progress, but it is often interrupted by extreme poverty, war and other crises. As a result, individuals and their communities often can't reach their full potential.
Mercy Corps works to bring access to education to women and men of all ages and economic groups to help ensure a better future for all.
All stories about Education
Joy at the End of the Rainbow
Krusevac, Serbia - The weather here is really beginning to get me down. Snow has been falling across the region for a few days now, and the grey sky is drearily reflected in the drifts that blanket the frozen ground.
India: Life in the Himalayan Foothills
Darjeeling's soaring natural splendor often hides the depths of poverty.
Sudan: Class is in Session
El Shebab Camp, Darfur, Sudan — Nasir Adam Yago likes studying English almost as much as he likes playing soccer - and he's had a chance to do much more of both since Mercy Corps established a school here in August.
Pakistan: Supplying Reopened Schools in Pakistan
Sudan: The Skills to Thrive
Hassa Hissa Camp, Darfur — It is graduation day at the Women's Training Center in Hassa Hissa displacement camp, and these women are ready to celebrate.
United States: A Welcome Back to School
Classes began in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana this week, but teachers who returned to work there weren't comparing notes on their summer vacations.
Indonesia: Conquering Malnutrition Together
Sudan: Making a Difference in Sudanese Refugee Camps
Mercy Corps is working to improve conditions for nearly 90,000 Sudanese living in three refugee camps across Darfur, a region roughly the size of France where more than 2 million people have fled their homes.
China: Funding the College Dream in China
Sri Lanka: A Few Words Go a Long Way
The din of over a hundred kids packed into a makeshift school building was building to a roar. According to Thulasimani, a second-grade teacher at Komari School, it is usually noisy but this was something different. “There is an excitement in the air,” she said.