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Nigeria: The lifesaving power of cash
When 16-year-old Zulyatu was left alone to care for her siblings, Mercy Corps gave her a powerful tool to help keep them alive: cash.
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Uganda: Fighting hunger, one garden at a time
Women in rural Uganda are finding a simple solution to the big problem of hunger: kitchen gardens.
Somalia: Breaking the cycle of violence for Somalia’s youth
How do we make Somali youth less likely to engage in violence? A new Mercy Corps report says that education isn’t enough — they need engagement, too.
Nigeria: The new threat for survivors of Boko Haram
For millions of Nigerians who've escaped the terror of Boko Haram, the struggle to survive isn't over. In their places of refuge a new danger lingers: hunger.
Syria: Q&A: How bread is helping families survive in Syria
Before the war in Syria, bread was a staple food for families there. Now, after more than five years of conflict, it's a lifeline. Find out how we're getting this critical food to war-torn communities, and helping Syrians feed their families.
Haiti: Our response to Hurricane Matthew
We are working to help meet urgent needs and lay the groundwork for recovery after Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. Learn about our response.
Niger: Girl, Uninterrupted: How Dahara built a future by saying no to child marriage
Niger is one of the world's toughest places to be a girl — here, early marriage stops the majority of girls from finishing school and reaching their full potential. Find out how Dahara is bucking tradition and building a life on her own terms.
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.