Indonesia: John Deere partnership empowers rice farmers in Asia
In 2014 Mercy Corps joined forces with John Deere to help improve the livelihoods of rice farmers. To date this program has supported 8,310 smallholder rice farmers in Indonesia.
Take action: Protect people at risk from climate change
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2017 Impact Report
Quick facts: How climate change affects people living in poverty
Climate change is affecting every country on every continent. But for the people living in the world’s poorest countries, the effects of climate change — limited water and food sources and increased competition for them — are a matter of life and death.
How we work: Emergency response
As disasters increasingly strike families and children in vulnerable places around the world, Mercy Corps is there to provide lifesaving relief and help communities build back stronger.
Afghanistan, Pakistan: Celebrating International Women’s Day with Afghan refugee women
For International Women's Day Mercy Corps organized two community-based events in Pakistan to further help women and girls in their communities build better lives. More than 100 women participated, including many Afghan refugees.
2017 Annual Report
Mercy Corps presents the first Global Envision Award to Vega Coffee
Mercy Corps is proud to give its first ever Global Envision Award to celebrate Vega Coffee, a company that exemplifies the private sector as a force for good in the world.
Jordan, Syria: The dream Bashar carries
Bashar is a 21-year-old Syrian refugee who works 70 hours a week to support his family. But he hasn't given up on his dream for a better life.
Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Q&A: How is the Syria crisis reshaping the Middle East?
More than 5 million Syrians have been forced to seek safety in neighboring countries. How will that change the fabric of the Middle East? Learn more in this Q&A with Mercy Corps' country directors for Lebanon and Jordan, George Antoun and Hunter Keith.