How we work: Young people
There are more young people in the world today than in any other time in history. That's why we're here to invest in their futures. Watch the video to learn more.
Climate-proofing futures: How we're preparing young people for more extreme weather to come
As climate change continues to worsen weather patterns and exacerbate hunger and conflict, young people -- especially those living in the world's poorest countries -- will bear the brunt of the impact. Find out how Mercy Corps is helping young people prepare.
India: Unveiling a world of possibility on India's tea estates
Life on India's tea estates can be difficult — especially for youth who have limited access to resources and opportunities to build a bright future. Learn how we're helping them look past their circumstances and see possibility.
Perspectives: There's more to peace than solving violent extremism
If we want to invest in a more peaceful world, we have to balance short and long term goals.
United States: Accelerating Puerto Rico’s economic recovery with Google volunteers
In partnership with Google, Mercy Corps is working in Puerto Rico to help small business owners - and the natural areas they rely on - recover from Hurricane Maria.
Timor-Leste: In Timor-Leste, clean cookstoves offer opportunity for all
Freddie works for a small clean cookstove company that just launched this year. Clean cookstoves are critical in Timor-Leste: On an island facing the full brunt of climate change, where most people cook over an open flame, they burn less fuel and produce less smoke.
Colombia: Out of tragedy, a new family forms
When Oriana fled with her children to Colombia, she found herself with both less and more than she bargained for: living under a bridge with a large, surrogate family of equally desperate Venezuelan refugees. Here's her story.
United States: In the news: Adopting a new humanitarian strategy
In a piece featured in The Nation, Mercy Corps' Senior Global Policy Advisor Madeline Rose calls for the United States to re-examine its global humanitarian strategy by focusing on violence reduction and conflict prevention.
Perspectives: What's at stake when children are detained
Exposure to toxic psychological stress puts young people at risk of a lifetime of mental health issues. Here’s what we can do about it.
Jordan, Syria: What happens now: Connecting refugees to critical information on their phones
Watch the video to experience the journey of a refugee and learn how our innovative information app helps them along the way.