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Afghanistan: Solar Powered Hospital and University Building in Helmand
Demonstration of a financing model for renewable energy deployment in a fragile context.
Scaling Pathways: Insights from the field on unlocking impact at scale
What does it take to scale social impact?
A Revolution in Trust: Distributed Ledger Technology in Relief & Development
While the relief and development sector lags somewhat in regards to exploration of DLT solutions, there exists significant potential.
Mongolia: Strategic Resilience Assessment in Mongolia
Mercy Corps applied the Strategic Resilience Assessment process (STRESS), focusing on Mongolia’s herding communities and rapidly urbanizing areas with the goal of developing a long-term strategy for supporting sustained, inclusive growth in Mongolia using a resilience approach.
Nigeria: Tipsheet: Savings Groups in Humanitarian Response
Mercy Corps diverged from a traditional savings group model to accommodate the emergency nature of the Nigeria programming.
Niger: Video: Resilience in Niger: Transforming the Way We Learn and Work
Liberia: Growing a Future: Liberian Youth Reflect on Agriculture Livelihoods
New research investigates the role youth play in Liberia's agricultural development, and provides insights on how to better engage youth in agriculture programs, from production to plate.
Niger, Nigeria: Lake Chad Basin: Position Paper
This paper outlines our long-term vision for alleviating the immediate suffering, poverty and oppression of conflict-affected populations and improving the conditions to enable long-term, resilient development in the Lake Chad Basin.
Nigeria: Rapid Assessment: Dikwa and Ngala Local Government Areas, Borno State
Mercy Corps conducted a rapid assessment to establish the severity and range of humanitarian needs of internally displaced persons and host community members to inform programmatic responses.
Ethiopia, Zimbabwe: Can E-transfers Promote Financial Inclusion in an Emergency: Three Case Studies
The Electronic Cash Transfer Learning Action Network, convened by Mercy Corps, undertook research to improve the impact of humanitarian cash transfers.