Indonesia: SCOPE Learning Study
Reducing poverty and environmental impact in the Indonesian tofu and tempeh sector.
Timor-Leste: Illuminating market systems development in fragile environments
This learning study looks at the challenges and lessons learned by Mercy Corps' Energy For All (E4A) program in Timor-Leste, which facilitated existing actors to build a sustainable market for solar energy products and clean cookstoves.
Uganda: What motivates women to buy?
Working with improved cookstove suppliers, distributors and retailers, we've devised scalable sales, marketing and financing strategies to ensure a product built for women reaches them.
Mercy Corps' Research Partnerships
As part of its commitment to learning, Mercy Corps partners with a large range of academic institutions, think tanks and peer organizations from across the globe to engage on research and evaluatio
Don't Forget Us: Voices of Young Refugees and Migrants in Greece
Mercy Corps and the Norwegian Refugee Council shares the voices of adolescent refugees in Greece through a report about their experiences.
Nigeria: Role of Religion and Religious Leaders in Farmer-Pastoralist Conflict in Plateau State
Mercy Corps Nigeria conducted qualitative research on the role of religious leaders and their impact on reducing violence by examining its Inter-religious Peacebuilding in Northern Nigeria (IPNN) program.
Jordan, Syria: Advancing Adolescents: Evidence on the Impact of Psychosocial Support for Syrian Refugee and Jordanian Adolescents
Mercy Corps undertook a rigorous impact evaluation to fill an evidence gap. Findings point to the efficacy of holistic, science-based psychosocial support interventions in complex emergency settings.
India: Transforming Chennai: Building micro, small and medium enterprise resilience to water-related environmental change
Mercy Corps partnered with Okapi Research & Advisory to develop a deeper understanding of the factors that affected firms’ flood exposure, extent of immediate losses, and recovery times.
Somalia: Critical Choices: Assessing the Effects of Education and Civic Engagement on Somali Youths' Propensity Towards Violence
Mercy Corps undertook a rigorous impact evaluation to fill a knowledge gap and look at what works to reduce violence.
Nigeria: The untold crisis of the Lake Chad basin
Mercy Corps is deeply concerned about the suffering in the areas of Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria bordering Lake Chad. As access to previously inaccessible communities increases, we are uncovering untold horrors of famine, malnutrition, and widespread gender based violence. The level of trauma will take years to mend. Suffering from the conflict has been compounded by numerous other factors: decades of poor governance; extreme poverty; mismanagement of natural resources and climate change.