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South Sudan: Escape to safety: One staff member's journey
When fighting erupted in Bentiu one year ago, Mercy Corps staff were forced to flee and begin a long journey towards safety. Here, one team member tells his story.
Nepal: One determined step changed Devi's life
We helped Devi get a loan to start her business three years ago. Today she's showing us how she turned one opportunity into life-changing success.
Liberia: Ebola response diaries: Isaac
Ebola response team member Isaac has always had a passion for working with vulnerable youth. Now, he's determined to empower young people in Liberia to protect themselves and stop the Ebola crisis.
Niger: What's a mother to do?
“There is no greater benefit than learning how to take care of our babies’ nutrition and health.” See how Nana Balki is bringing change to the mothers in her village.
Jordan, Syria: Safe shelter from the cold
Most Syrian refugees like Amneh and Khaled can't afford safe, secure living spaces. We're repairing run-down homes to keep their children warm this winter.
India, Indonesia, Somalia, Sri Lanka: Indian Ocean tsunami: Ten years later
It's been a decade since the Indian Ocean tsunami ravaged communities from Indonesia to East Africa. Take a look back at the historic response and how people recovered.
Ten best photos of 2014
We believe in the power of photography to connect us and inspire change around the world. See some of the most captivating images captured in the field this year.
A world of change: How we've made a difference together this year
Thanks to your support, we've helped 42.5 million people transform their own lives this year. See how you've brought positive change to the world in 2014.
Iraq, Syria: Meet Zeena: So much more than a refugee
What happens when war destroys a 25-year-old student's future plans? We give Zeena and other Syrian refugees the chance to become leaders in their communities.
South Sudan: Looking ahead after one year of conflict
Our Country Director in South Sudan discusses the harsh realities that demand our attention — and the hope for a peaceful future that we can't forget.