Ethiopia: PHOTOS: How rural women are cashing in on the milk business
We connected milk producers in remote areas with a milk processing factory to buy their milk, strengthening the dairy chain and improving lives every step of the way.
Somalia: Breaking the cycle of violence for Somalia’s youth
How do we make Somali youth less likely to engage in violence? A new Mercy Corps report says that education isn’t enough — they need engagement, too.
Syria, Turkey: Far from home, refugee family finds they’re not alone
When Fediya and Feras fled Syria, they left behind their home, community and the support from Mercy Corps that was helping them survive. As refugees in Turkey, they struggled to get by — until Mercy Corps knocked on their door again.
Nigeria: The new threat for survivors of Boko Haram
For millions of Nigerians who've escaped the terror of Boko Haram, the struggle to survive isn't over. In their places of refuge a new danger lingers: hunger.
Thank you for transforming lives this year
You've helped transform the lives of 30 million people around the world this year. Thank you! Because of you, children are healthier, families are safer and communities are stronger.
Niger: The hidden survivors of the hunger gap
Every year, millions of people in Niger have to figure out how they will survive between harvests. This is what they look like.
Greece: Providing hope for young refugees in Greece
Young people who've fled violence and sought refuge in Greece now face a severe shortage of jobs, schooling and support. We're working to give them a future.
Our commitment to humanity: A message from our CEO
After the United States' controversial presidential election, our CEO urges everyone to join together as a force for positive change.
PHOTOS: Kitchens around the world
In every corner of the world, food brings people together. But where we cook and gather looks different for each one of us, depending on where we live and what we've been through.
Yemen: In the face of hunger, a doctor's knowledge goes viral
Some 14 million people in Yemen people don't have the food they need. Learn how one doctor is challenging traditional beliefs and teaching mothers why exclusive breastfeeding is the best way to keep their children healthy and fed.