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Haiti: Interviews in the camps, a year later
A few days ago, I went out to the Mojapta displacement camp, where Mercy Corps is providing clean water and sanitation to families, to ask earthquake survivors about their experiences today — and of the last year. Gilberte Jean, 23
Haiti: Losing everything, then finding something
Last year was one of a kind. It changed the lives of many people, including mine.
A year of blogging from Haiti
Since the immediate hours following Haiti's deadly earthquake, Mercy Corps correspondents have been reporting on our work, what they're experiencing and those we're helping.
Haiti: The challenges of clean water and sanitation in Haiti
Haiti: Haiti, nearly one year later
January 12 — which is only a few days away — marks the end of one of the hardest years that Haitians have known in a long, long time. It also marks that single day of tragedy when a 7.0-magnitude quake killed 230,000 and destroyed Port-au-Prince.
Nicaragua: ¡Vivan los empresarios!: Mentoring entrepreneurs in Central America
Starting with just a sewing machine, Aida Mayorga and Oscar Garcia built a business that now employs more than 50 workers and promotes positive environmental and social business practices.
Kyrgyzstan: A warmer New Year's Day for some deserving kids
A big "RAHMAT" — "thank you" in the Kyrgyz and Uzbek languages — to our donors who helped us respond to the crisis in Kyrgyzstan!
Indonesia: The importance of washing your hands with soap
The emergency response team here in the tsunami-stricken Mentawai Islands has been preparing for a hygiene promotion campaign for survivors, and today was their first day in action!
South Sudan: Helping Sudanese prepare for historic referendum
Mercy Corps is helping educate more than 100,000 residents of Southern Sudan in the run-up to January’s historic referendum. The referendum will determine if Southern Sudan remains part of Sudan or becomes a new African nation.
Best of the 2010 Mercy Corps Photo Library
This year, over 12,000 images were submitted to me by our professionals in the field as well as Mercy Corps staff members. Of that number, I tagged less than 2,000 as above average in quality.