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World crisis: global hunger
We face the world's greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II. Learn how you can join Mercy Corps to help millions of people fight hunger.
Iraq: Mosul's children July 26, 2017
With conflict over, Mosul's youngest victims begin their next challenge: rebuilding a future.
Somalia: Somalia on the brink
Somalia is on the brink of famine due to severe drought and conflict. Learn how Mercy Corps is meeting people's urgent needs while working to break the cycle of hunger, poverty and conflict.
Somalia: The faces of Somalia July 13, 2017
Drought is threatening millions of people in Somalia. These are their stories.
Lebanon, Syria: After years of violence, one family finds hope
The war in Syria changed everything for Fozza. The regular, peaceful home she shared with her husband, Khalil, six children and eight grandchildren was gone, replaced by a life in conflict.
South Sudan: For families in famine, a better life starts with water
With disease running rampant and food scarce, Mercy Corps is on the ground in the Koch region of South Sudan setting up water access to help fight famine.
Syria: Syrian farmers sow seeds of hope in Mercy Corps' agriculture program
Mercy Corps is helping Syrian farmers feed their communities again and give displaced persons the means to raise their own food.
South Sudan: 'This is the last chance we have': A report from the front lines of famine
A Q&A with Deepmala Mahla, Mercy Corps' country director for South Sudan, on the realities of famine in one of the world's poorest countries.
7 reasons to love Mercy Corps
Mercy Corps was just named America's "Brand of the Year" and "Most Loved Brand" in the International Aid Nonprofit category of the Harris Poll's 2017 EquiTrend brand survey. We're honored that Mercy Corps and our important work has been recognized.
Nigeria: Starving children: Beyond the photos
Starving children often become the face of a hunger crisis. But behind every photo that captures the world’s attention is a picture that’s harder to see: a grueling sequence of politics, economics, war and disaster that ends, mercilessly, in a child with nothing to eat.