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Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Syrian humanitarian crisis demands new perspective on emergency response
Mercy Corps CEO Neal Keny-Guyer outlines key steps we should take to help Syrians caught in the civil war.
China: Kindergartens at heart of post-earthquake recovery
School supplies are helping schools reopen while we train educators how to better prepare for the next emergency.
Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Neal Keny-Guyer on Syria humanitarian crisis at the National Press Club
Watch the video and read the remarks from Mercy Corps' CEO.
Lebanon, Syria: Doulama's story: A video by Syrian youth
Doulama was 18 when she was forced to flee her home in Syria. Two years later, she talks about the escape and how she dreams of going back home.
South Sudan: Building schools in a new nation
Education here ranks among the lowest in the world. In this beautiful footage, see the safe classrooms we've built, and the children who are getting a new chance to learn.
Jordan, Syria: Toys bring smiles to Syrian refugee children
As these photos show, the arrival of stuffed animals and classics like Play-Doh and Memory gave kids a moment of happiness in otherwise dire circumstances.
Indonesia: New initiative helps small businesses grow online
Custom-Clouds will launch in Indonesia and offer affordable website services to connect entrepreneurs with an increasingly global economy.
Jordan, Syria: In the news: TODAY highlights Mercy Corps' work with Syrian refugees
Jordan Country Director Rob Maroni discusses the families he's met and the tremendous need he witnesses every day.
Jordan, Syria: Helping Syrian refugees rebuild in Jordan
Refugees living outside of camps are often forced to live in dilapidated rental housing. Meet one family receiving desperately-needed home repairs with our support.
Timor-Leste: Benefits of clean energy radiate through villages
In Timor-Leste, 65 percent of the population does not have access to electricity. We're helping communities there build clean energy markets that improve their lives and strengthen their economies.