In this section, you will find case studies, impact evaluations, reports and other technical documents about our programs.
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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
Young People & Agriculture: Strategic Priorities for Impact
Mercy Corps sees three key areas of strategic importance when it comes to engaging young people in agriculture.
Nigeria: Integrated Protection Approach In Nigeria
Mercy Corps Nigeria's Integrated Protection Approach, highlights the concept that issues of safety, dignity, and inclusion crosscut many of the challenges that Nigerians face in their daily lives.
Nigeria: Impact Evaluation: Reducing Conflict and Increasing Local Economic Activities
Mercy Corps CONCUR program illustrates the importance of investing in conflict management and social cohesion to improve security in the Middle Belt, Nigeria.
Nigeria: Resilience and Conflict in Nigeria: Analysis of dynamics and programming leverage points
What household and community characteristics are important sources of resilience when households deal with conflict and other shocks in fragile contexts?
Indonesia: The Use of Financial Products in Mitigating Natural Disaster Risk
This study examines levels of actual and perceived vulnerability to natural disasters, how this links to the demand for and use of financial products for coping and recovery and offers useful recommendations for practitioners, donors and policy makers.
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.