In this section, you will find case studies, impact evaluations, reports and other technical documents about our programs.
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Nepal: What Matters for Households' Recovery Trajectories Following the Gorkha Earthquake
Lessons from a Two-Year Panel Study in Nepal’s Sindhupalchowk District
Beyond Cash: Making Markets Work in Crisis
Outlining a better approach to crisis response
Zimbabwe: Farming in a Liquidity Crisis
A Zimbabwean smallholder farmer's experience.
Central African Republic: Conflict Analysis in Bouar, CAR
Mercy Corps in the Central African Republic (CAR) recently carried out a conflict analysis which provides an in-depth look at the actors, interests, and drivers of conflict in the Bouar region, while also providing recommendations aimed at de-escalating the conflict.
Central African Republic: The Humanitarian System in CAR: A Time of Challenges
Mercy Corps in the Central African Republic (CAR) published a report on the current humanitarian system in CAR, and recommendations for how to improve it.
Syria: The Wages of War
The U.N. estimates that 8 in 10 people in Syria, including 6 million children, require humanitarian assistance. The crisis has set Syria's development back nearly four decades. Despite these immense challenges, Mercy Corps' work in Syria has found that some households are managing the devastating impacts of war better than others. This study explores why.
Afghanistan: Can Economic Interventions Reduce Violence?
Impacts of vocational training and cash transfers on youth support for political violence in Afghanistan.
Uganda: Refugee Markets Brief: The power of markets to support refugee economic opportunities in West Nile, Uganda
With Uganda now home to over one million South Sudanese refugees, aid actors in the country’s West Nile region are looking for sustainable strategies to help individuals cope and recover.
Resilience Design in Smallholder Farming Systems Approach
Mercy Corps developed the Resilience Design (RD) in Smallholder Farming Systems Approach to help farmers and those who support them build a more productive and resilient farming system.
DR Congo: Strategic Resilience Assessment in South Kivu
The Strategic Resilience Assessment (STRESS) showed how the complex interplay of repeated conflict, economic and ecological shocks and stresses has weakened not only food security systems, but also the capacity of households to build the necessary human, financial and social capital to address food and nutrition security adequately.