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Syria, Turkey: Sami's story: ‘I just need a chance’
Sami dreams of being a doctor. Back in Syria, his dad pushed him to study every day. It’s a life he thinks about often. It’s the Syria Sami loves—the one he wants to rebuild—but one he hasn’t seen since he fled with his family. He wants to leave a legacy.
Jordan, Syria: Amina's story: ‘I still have hope’
Amina once dreamed of becoming a doctor, but the war in Syria put her in danger of losing her voice. How one of our youth centers in her new home is helping her heal and move forward.
Syria: Unlocking a future for Syria's youth
After five years of war, Syria’s youth are a generation trapped, growing restless and frustrated by unending conflict. Despite the circumstances, we have an incredible opportunity to unlock their potential.
Steps toward a bright future
Against a backdrop of unemployment and scarce opportunity, we see youth as changemakers who are rising to meet the tough challenges they face with energy, optimism and success.
Improving the health of women and girls with Food for Peace
Tell your member of Congress: increase funding and flexibility for Food for Peace and provide no less than: $1.75 billion.
Somalia: How restoring a school is reviving hope in Somalia
As we celebrate 10 years in Somalia, we also acknowledge another accomplishment: Opening Mogadishu's first public secondary school in 25 years. Find out how education is giving the city's young people hope for a better future.
Syria: Our statement: Humanitarian access for all Syrians now
Hostilities continue to hamper our ability to deliver food and other aid to thousands in need in Syria. Mercy Corps calls for unfettered, sustained humanitarian access for all Syrian civilians. Now.
Afghanistan, Syria: Meet some of the youngest refugees fleeing to Europe
More than 55 percent of the refugees making the difficult journey towards Europe are women and children. Meet a few of the youngest making the journey, and read their stories.
Syria: Our statement on Syria cease-fire: Why wait one week?
We see tens of thousands of men, women and children desperately looking for a safe place, without finding one. We must ask: Why wait one more week before the fighting stops?
Ethiopia: Quick facts: How we're fighting hunger in Ethiopia
Faced with another severe drought, millions of Ethiopians are struggling to get the food they need to survive. Why does this keep happening? Learn more about this recurring crisis and how we're helping families overcome it once and for all.