Our work to build healthy communities, families and individuals is at the heart of Mercy Corps' vision for social change. By partnering with a range of partners, from village health committees to government agencies, we help build the means to improve maternal, newborn and child health, ensure proper nutrition and combat infectious diseases.
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Afghanistan: Mercy Corps distributes school and hospital supplies in Kabul, Afghanistan February 14, 2002
From the hands of students in Issaquah, Washington to desks of children in Kabul, Afghanistan, a Mercy Corps relief mission is helping to deliver much needed aid while also bringing people together.
Afghanistan: Kabul area health clinics in desperate need of rehabilitation January 25, 2002
A Mercy Corps assessment team recently visited health clinics in the villages outside the Afghanistan capital, Kabul, and found health facilities lacking basic medicines and patients forced to wait on hallway floors because there were no beds.
Afghanistan: Rehabilitation Program improving lives of disabled Afghans January 7, 2002
For Afghan families living in the refugee villages in Baluchistan Province, Pakistan, the challenges they face each day are enormous. This is especially true for those who are disabled, as well as for those who must care for disabled relatives, children and friends.
Program to Aid Malnourished Eritreans October 2, 2001
Mercy Corps Participates in Global Food Program January 4, 2001