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Paris climate accord is first step in solving global poverty
We know that the effects of climate change can ravage communities, pushing people into poverty and stirring conflict over food, water, shelter and other resources. This accord is more than a first step towards solving climate challenges.
10 of our favorite photos from 2015
We commission thousands of photos annually, and each one tells a story. View our top picks from this year and learn about some of the people we worked with in 2015.
10 ways you made the world a better place in 2015
Your compassion is what makes our work possible. Together, we've helped 25 million individuals around the world this year survive crisis, get back on their feet, and build stronger futures. Thank you.
India: Mercy Corps monitoring flooding in India
Mercy Corps is monitoring the historic flooding in Chennai, India, but is not mounting a relief operation for now.
Syria: Airstrikes along Turkish border jeopardize aid to Syrians
The increase in airstrikes against towns located between Aleppo City and the Syria-Turkey border threatens critical supply routes for humanitarian aid. Mercy Corps is continuing efforts to deliver aid to Syrian citizens amid increasing danger.
Supporter Spotlight: Helping Syrian refugees from across the globe
Sometimes, it takes a powerful image to change the world. In early September, a photo of a young Syrian boy, laying lifeless on a beach in Turkey, moved the world to action.
Syria, Turkey: Follow board member Gayle Tzemach Lemmon's journey through Turkey
As Mercy Corps board member Gayle Tzemach Lemmon travels through Turkey, she is documenting her reflections. Read what she has to say about the situation and the Mercy Corps programs that are helping refugees cope.
Our message of gratitude for you
We are grateful for each and every one of our supporters. Because of you, we helped 25 million people around the world this year. Now, they have the resources they need to improve their lives and transform their communities. Thank you.
Nepal: Supporter spotlight: Bhutanese community gives back to Nepal
More than two decades ago, Bhutanese refugees fled to safety in Nepal. Now a community of former refugees is giving back to the country that took them in.
We asked our staff: What's cooking around the world?
Hear from some of our international team members about traditional cuisine in their home countries. Learn how different foods are prepared and the ways in which they bring people together.