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Uganda: Strength in numbers: Women's groups reuniting families
In rural Uganda, countless families are separated because of local conflicts. Women’s groups are banding together to bring people back together again.
A world of thanks for you
You know that a better future is possible when we work together as a global community. This year, supporters like you helped us reach 42 million people. See what our appreciation looks like around the world.
Philippines: Sweet success: Rebuilding after Typhoon Haiyan
Florida and Realino Go didn't think they would survive Typhoon Haiyan. When they emerged from the storm to find their business destroyed, Mercy Corps helped them — and 100,000 more survivors — recover their future.
Niger: Badariya's story
Badariya wants nothing more than to go to school, but must stay home to tend to chores. What does her future hold? Hear how Mercy Corps is helping her find her voice.
Mercy Corps' work: It starts with you
What can one person do? We believe that even in the world’s toughest places, people have the power to transform their own lives. See how we work together to strengthen communities from within.
South Sudan: New nation on the brink
Six months of conflict have left millions at risk of famine and disease in South Sudan. Our Director of Global Emergency Response explains our response to the young country's spiraling crisis.
Lebanon, Syria: Leaving home behind: Young Syrian refugees speak out
Four young Syrian refugees created videos to share their stories of fleeing home in search of safety and the heartbreaking moments that followed.
Philippines: Smart design speeds recovery for Haiyan survivors
Our partnership with IDEO.org and BanKO will create new financial products for families in the Philippines who have never had access to a bank.
Niger: Santou's story
Recurring droughts in West Africa make it difficult for Santou to grow enough food to feed her family. Find out how a pair of goats has changed her life.
Syria crisis & children: Why is it vital to focus on their needs?
Hear from Nigel Pont, Middle East Program Director: "If we don't invest in them now, then we'll certainly be hearing from them later."