Partnering with Cisco to tackle the world's toughest challenges
We are excited to announce that we are embarking on a new five-year initiative with leading global technology company Cisco. Together we hope to deliver aid and development assistance faster, better and to more people around the world.
Our thoughts are with Mexico: Monitoring the earthquake in Mexico City
After a 7.1 earthquake hit Mexico City, Mercy Corps is monitoring as the situation develops and stands ready to help should the Mexican government request our assistance.
Nepal: Mercy Corps responding to catastrophic flooding in Nepal
One month after widespread floods ravaged southern Nepal, Mercy Corps is responding with urgent support to help Nepalis meet their immediate needs, focusing on sanitation and infrastructure.
United States: Helping families heal after Hurricane Harvey
Mercy Corps is proudly supporting several organizations helping communities in Texas recover from Hurricane Harvey.
Jordan, Syria: For refugees with disabilities, a back to school to remember
Syria's most vulnerable refugee students face incredible barriers to receiving an education. That's why going back to school means so much more for them than the end of summer.
Mali: Why are Mali’s youth taking up arms?
Our new report on Mali reveals that efforts to discourage youth from turning to violence must engage entire communities, and go beyond just focusing on young people themselves.
Monitoring the path of Hurricane Irma
Mercy Corps' thoughts are with those affected by Hurricane Irma. We are in Haiti assessing any potential damage to the country and are monitoring the paths of upcoming hurricanes.
Nepal, United States: From Texas to Nepal: How we're supporting relief efforts after flooding
Mercy Corps is supporting domestic and international relief efforts as catastrophic flooding impacts millions of families in Texas, Louisiana, and Nepal.
United States: Our statement on Hurricane Harvey
Our thoughts are with the people affected by Hurricane Harvey. Mercy Corps is proudly supporting Team Rubicon, a U.S. disaster response organization on the ground in Houston to help Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Iraq: Devastation in Mosul
More than a million people fled a nine-month battle from the city of Mosul in Iraq. Hundreds of thousands of families lost their homes, and people are now living in displacement camps, in improvised shelters, and crowded in with extended family members in homes that weren’t designed to support that many people. Join Mercy Corps in helping families survive this crisis.