10 photos that inspired us in 2016
This year, we've captured thousands of images of our work around the world. They show us the grim reality of places in crisis, and the incredible impact that you make possible for people in need. Here are 10 of our favorites images from this year.
As we gather around our tables for holiday meals this year, we're also taking a moment to think about those we help around the world.
8 ways you made the world a better place in 2016
In 2016, you helped Mercy Corps transform the lives of 30 million people across the globe — and we want to say thank you. See just a few of the many ways that your support helped people survive crisis, overcome adversity and build better lives.
Indonesia: Monitoring needs in Aceh, Indonesia after earthquake
Mercy Corps carefully and quickly evaluates every emergency and where we can best meet immediate needs. We do not have a presence in the Indonesian province affected by last week's earthquake, and the Indonesian government has not indicated that our assistance is needed.
Nigeria: The lifesaving power of cash
When 16-year-old Zulyatu was left alone to care for her siblings, Mercy Corps gave her a powerful tool to help keep them alive: cash.
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Uganda: Fighting hunger, one garden at a time
Women in rural Uganda are finding a simple solution to the big problem of hunger: kitchen gardens.
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.