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Tell Congress: Support lifesaving humanitarian assistance
Tell your Senators and Representatives: keep up the good work and continue to fund International Disaster Assistance at levels that reflect massive global needs.
Greece, Syria: How refugee parents comfort their children
Every parent wants their child to feel safe and protected. But how do you provide that when you're caught in a war? We asked refugee parents how they ease their children's fears. This is what they said.
Nigeria: Nearly 2.5 million face starvation in Nigeria
An estimated 2.5 million people are at risk for starvation in areas of northeast Nigeria that were previously under Boko Haram control. We are working swiftly to respond to the crisis with food, water and other lifesaving aid.
Iraq: Mercy Corps responding to wave of need in Iraq
At least 135,000 have fled violence near Mosul, Iraq and are in need of food, water and other basic essentials as they cope with blistering summer heat. Learn how we are responding.
Nigeria: How refugees get the job done in their new cities
From New York to Nigeria, refugees are breathing life into their new communities. The research bears it out: Refugees need work, but local economies also need refugees.
South Sudan: South Sudan violence leaves many homeless, without food or water
While the South Sudan cease-fire holds for now, many were left homeless and without food after violence earlier in July. Mercy Corps is responding.
Greece: This is what a refugee family looks like
Every refugee family looks different, and every story is unique. But they're all working against the odds to overcome tremendous adversity and remain undivided. Meet some of them here.
Greece, Syria: Syrian refugee mother struggles to reunite family
Walaa has gone to extraordinary lengths to protect her children from the war in Syria. Now, separated from her husband and stuck in Greece, their story of survival is far from over.
Refugees share their stories of loss, hope and survival
In support of World Refugee Day June 20, we sought out people who have made the refugee journey and can recall the experience of having to leave home, possibly forever. These are their stories.
Iraq: One youth leader turns play into progress
Growing up in Baghdad isn’t easy — violence and fear are part of the daily reality. But Zahra, 18, is bringing positive change to other young women in her community through movement and mentorship.