Quick facts: Central American migration
As the current U.S. administration has announced plans to cut aid to Central America and tighten restrictions for asylum seekers, questions about the value of U.S. assistance in this region have never been more urgent. Read on to learn more about what’s driving the Central American migration crisis and join us to support the preservation of vital U.S. aid to Central America.
Zimbabwe: From the field: Our team reports on Cyclone Idai recovery in Zimbabwe
Several weeks after the disaster struck southern Africa, a member of our emergency response reflects on seeing continued need and the first signs of hope firsthand.
Nigeria: A tale of overcoming: One girl's journey from orphan to leader
In a world filled with obstacles, Suwaiba has steadfastly chased her dreams — and empowered others along the way. Read her story.
Kenya: Fighting the impact of climate change one radio show at a time
In an effort to better cope with the effects of climate change, Wajir found a simple solution -- a community radio.
Indonesia: Rebuilding Indonesian communities with the help of Airbnb's Open Homes Initiative
In partnership with Airbnb, our team was able to access lodging for 26 field team members responding to disasters in Indonesia.
Yemen: Stories from Yemen: Worried mothers, sick children and the community health workers helping them
Community health workers play a critical role in Yemen as the country continues to face humanitarian, economic and political crises resulting from years of ongoing conflict. Read more about how and who they're helping.
Syria: "There is still a humanitarian need at an incredibly large scale": Q&A with the deputy country director for Syria
We're still at the front lines of the crisis in Syria. Learn more in this interview with our Deputy Country Director Made Ferguson, who shares his on-the-ground perspective on the current situation.
Quick facts: Cyclone Idai's effect on southern Africa
Cyclone Idai is reported to be the deadliest storm system so far this year; more than 2 million people have been affected. Learn more about the cyclone and find out how you can help.
Niger: "When suffering time comes, we have to suffer": Coping with hunger in Niger
There’s no easy way to solve the problems that hunger brings to Halima and families like hers. With each passing day, a new challenge arises. Mercy Corps is helping address those challenges.
DR Congo: A humanitarian life born from displacement
As the director of the communications team in DRC, Odette regularly meets with families facing crisis. As a former refugee, she understands their struggles firsthand.