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Johnnie Walker shines a light on the refugee crisis
Mercy Corps is grateful that Johnnie Walker has selected us as the beneficiary of this initiative. We hope that people will be inspired by the islanders’ simple, yet extraordinary actions in the “Ode to Lesvos” films.
Lebanon, Syria: Syrian dad determined to keep refugee kids learning
Ziad will do anything to ensure his children get an education — and a future — as refugees. At this camp in Lebanon, that meant starting a school in his tent and teaching lessons himself.
Mercy Corps earns top honors in the 2017 Harris Poll Equitrend brand survey
Mercy Corps is named “Brand of the Year” and “Most Loved Brand” in the International Aid Nonprofit category of prestigious national brand study.
The Best Story out of Africa: Its Youth
Africa's youth are the future: Africa is already the world’s youngest continent and by 2050, young people below 25 years of age will make up half a population of more than 2.4 billion.
2016 Annual Report
Our 2016 annual report highlights our greatest accomplishments from last year.
Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey: Quick facts: What you need to know about the Syria crisis
Over six years in, Syria's civil war has fueled a massive exodus. See the staggering statistics and learn the facts behind the figures.
Doing business better
This year, a natural partnership between Mercy Corps and Nau clothing emerged, paving the way for two leaders in sustainability to create lasting and transformative change.
Indonesia: Monitoring needs in Aceh, Indonesia after earthquake
Mercy Corps carefully and quickly evaluates every emergency and where we can best meet immediate needs. We do not have a presence in the Indonesian province affected by last week's earthquake, and the Indonesian government has not indicated that our assistance is needed.
Nigeria: The lifesaving power of cash
When 16-year-old Zulyatu was left alone to care for her siblings, Mercy Corps gave her a powerful tool to help keep them alive: cash.
Uganda: Fighting hunger, one garden at a time
Women in rural Uganda are finding a simple solution to the big problem of hunger: kitchen gardens.