All stories about Displaced people
Jordan, Syria: The promise of education brings Syrian and Jordanian girls together
Until recently, Zaatari Village's girls' school was overcrowded and tensions were high. Community leaders worked together to change things for the better.
Jordan, Syria: Winter's grasp deepens worries for refugees
Refugee families in Jordan need help to make it through another brutal winter. One young family’s story of survival.
West Bank and Gaza: Wrecked homes provide little warmth for Gazan families
Devastated by last summer’s conflict, people in Gaza are now suffering through a cold winter storm. We’re helping them stay warm.
Jordan, Syria: Photos from the field: Winter storm hits refugees
We're bringing in heaters and warm clothing for children in refugee camps that have been inundated by fierce snow and rain over the last week.
South Sudan: Escape to safety: One staff member's journey
When fighting erupted in Bentiu one year ago, Mercy Corps staff were forced to flee and begin a long journey towards safety. Here, one team member tells his story.
Jordan, Syria: Safe shelter from the cold
Most Syrian refugees like Amneh and Khaled can't afford safe, secure living spaces. We're repairing run-down homes to keep their children warm this winter.
Iraq, Syria: Meet Zeena: So much more than a refugee
What happens when war destroys a 25-year-old student's future plans? We give Zeena and other Syrian refugees the chance to become leaders in their communities.
DR Congo: The quest for clean water comes closer to home
Many people spend hours every day just gathering water. See how we’ve changed that for thousands of families living in a city built on lava.
DR Congo: Cash and the family goat: Sifa’s story of survival
When Sifa and her children fled their home, the only thing they had to rely on was the family goat. Learn how we helped her recover what she lost.
Iraq, Syria: Helping families on the run from conflict in Syria and Iraq
When you don’t know when you can return home, how do you move forward with your life? Cash assistance, rather than handouts, helps displaced families meet their varied needs — and restores some of the dignity they’ve lost.