In this section, you will find case studies, impact evaluations, reports and other technical documents about our programs.
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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.
Kyrgyzstan: Vulnerable to Manipulation
Research conducted by Mercy Corps and Foundation for Tolerance International in the Kyrgyz Republic explores risk factors for youth participation in violence.
Indonesia: Bundled Branchless Banking and Loan Services for Farmers
Agri-Fin Mobile partnered with Bank Mandiri in Indonesia to train Farmer Group Union Leaders to be mobile bank agents.
Nigeria: Northeast Nigeria Joint Livelihood and Market Recovery Assessment
Mercy Corps, in conjunction with Action Against Hunger, Cooperazione Internazionale, Catholic Relief Services, the International Rescue Committee and Oxfam, undertook a livelihoods and market assessment across the three most affected states in Northeast Nigeria.
Young People in the Global Compact on Refugees
Mercy Corps provides recommendations for key practices to protect young refugees.
Can Market Systems Development Build Resilience in Fragile Contexts?
A Summary of Lessons from a Comparative Three-Country Analysis in South and Southeast Asia
Indonesia: Agriculture Financing Business Model
Agri-Fin Mobile Indonesia works with partners to deliver agriculture financing to rural farmers that have increased farmer yields and income.
Driving Resilience: Market Approaches to Disaster Recovery
After a disaster, the immediate concern of all humanitarian responders is—and should be—to help affected populations meet their basic, urgent needs. But how a response is conducted can have significant implications on how the community recovers—and how fast.
Cash Transfer Implementation Guide
The Cash Transfer Implementation Guide is designed for teams implementing unconditional or conditional cash transfer programs, and lays out clear steps (and accompanying tools) to set-up, implement, and close-out a cash transfer program.