Perspectives: Why space is the next frontier in the fight for Niger's water
Drought is threatening the lives of millions of farmers in Niger. With NASA’s help, we’re pioneering a new approach—hundreds of miles above the planet.
Climate-proofing futures: How we're preparing young people for more extreme weather to come
As climate change continues to worsen weather patterns and exacerbate hunger and conflict, young people -- especially those living in the world's poorest countries -- will bear the brunt of the impact. Find out how Mercy Corps is helping young people prepare.
Perspectives: There's more to peace than solving violent extremism
If we want to invest in a more peaceful world, we have to balance short and long term goals.
Perspectives: What's at stake when children are detained
Exposure to toxic psychological stress puts young people at risk of a lifetime of mental health issues. Here’s what we can do about it.
Perspectives: Is global hunger a national security concern? It’s complicated.
The path to solving hunger starts with peace—not because of national security, but because it's the first way to help those who are hungry.
2017 Impact Report
2017 Annual Report
10 photos that moved us in 2017
2017 was a year of tough challenges, but also incredible possibility. Here are 10 of our favorite photos from Mercy Corps' work around the world.
What Maria left behind
Two months after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, it's easy to be overwhelmed by what has been lost. But the story of these communities is found instead in what has been left behind.
How a goat can change a girl
In Niger—a country where hunger is chronic, poverty is rampant, and opportunity for women is nonexistent—goats can offer girls like Fatsuma security, providing income and a rare chance to build a stronger life.