Ten best photos of 2014
We believe in the power of photography to connect us and inspire change around the world. See some of the most captivating images captured in the field this year.
A world of change: How we've made a difference together this year
Thanks to your support, we've helped 42.5 million people transform their own lives this year. See how you've brought positive change to the world in 2014.
Food that brings us together around the world
The joy of sharing a meal is the same no matter where live. But different ingredients reflect the vibrant, unique communities we work with. See how people are feeding their families around the world.
Niger: Life of a girl: Spend the day with Badariya
What's it like to be a 13-year-old girl in West Africa? Badariya doesn't get to spend her day in a classroom, but she's still determined to change her future. Follow a day in her life and see how.
Timor-Leste: Fish ponds bring hope to hard-working families
As rice farmers cope with changing weather patterns, we're helping them build new sustainable sources of food and income.
South Sudan: Voices from Juba
What do displaced people in Juba have to say about the humanitarian crisis? See photos and hear about their experiences and hopes for a better future.
Humankind photo contest: Winner and other favorites
We received hundreds of photos from you showing how you see the world. Now, see the winning photo and our other favorite submissions.
Dreaming for the future: Youth around the world
87% of the world's youth live in developing countries. How do we help them overcome the difficult challenges they face? Read their stories and hear about their hopes for a better future.
Where are the world's toughest places?
Mercy Corps works in 16 of the 20 most vulnerable countries in the new 2014 Fragile States Index. Learn about the crises some of these countries are up against, and what we're doing to help families overcome them.
Jordan, Syria: Inside Azraq, Jordan's newest refugee camp
Learn about the new safe haven that was designed to give Syrian refugees a better sense of structure and community amid the uncertain future they face.