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The first 1,000 days: No time for malnutrition
The first 1,000 days of a child's life, when development is happening more quickly than it ever will, is the most harmful time for them to be malnourished. Learn about the causes and effects of this devastating condition.
Private sector partnerships are vital to our refugee response
Corporate partners can play a critical role in making a humanitarian response more effective, efficient and innovative.
Lebanon, Syria: In Lebanon, one Syrian boy forced to grow up fast
Where school is out of reach, many Syrian refugees start work young, to learn a trade and help make ends meet for their families. We meet Hammoudi, a young teen in Lebanon, who dreams of returning to school.
Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: The stolen childhoods of refugee youth
Faced with life away from home, little access to school and destitute futures, many Syrian refugee teens are being forced into adulthood at an early age. We're trying to help them regain some of what they've lost.
A brighter future starts with an education
Learn more about the many ways that you’re helping Mercy Corps keep kids in school and transform communities around the world. With an education, a brighter future awaits.
Syria: Mercy Corps ready to deliver aid into Aleppo
Our team is prepared to deliver aid into the war-battered city of Aleppo as a nationwide cease-fire gets underway, but the cessation of hostilities must provide a window of safety for humanitarian aid agencies to deliver help.
Lebanon, Syria: One mother to another, Syrian refugees learn to cope
Parenting is never easy, but it's even more challenging when you are a refugee. That's why we are connecting refugee mothers in Lebanon with an expert on their situation: A Syrian refugee who can offer real-life advice.
Tell Congress: Support lifesaving humanitarian assistance
Tell your Senators and Representatives: keep up the good work and continue to fund International Disaster Assistance at levels that reflect massive global needs.
Syria: How refugee parents comfort their children
Every parent wants their child to feel safe and protected. But how do you provide that when you're caught in a war? We asked refugee parents how they ease their children's fears. This is what they said.
Nigeria: Nearly 2.5 million face starvation in Nigeria
An estimated 2.5 million people are at risk for starvation in areas of northeast Nigeria that were previously under Boko Haram control. We are working swiftly to respond to the crisis with food, water and other lifesaving aid.