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Nepal: PAHAL PROGRAM - STRATEGIC RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT (STRESS) REPORT
The Promoting Agriculture, Health and Alternative Livelihoods (PAHAL) program is a $37 million, five-year USAID initiative designed to achieve food security among vulnerable populations in the hill an
The Power of the Purse
The Power of the Purse (POP) pilot was funded jointly by USAID and the Act for Impact grant
Nigeria: Motivations and Empty Promises: Voices of Former Boko Haram Combatants and Nigerian Youth
New Mercy Corps research investigates key motives for youth to join Boko Haram.
Syria: Age of Unrest: Syrian Refugee Youth at the Crossroads
Each day that passes degrades our ability to help young Syrian refugees repair themselves before bitter experience hardens into habit. Here is the way forward.
Youth Employment Cheat Sheet
It’s time to change the narrative on youth.
Kenya: Wajir d.light pilot evaluation
Exploring the potential of village-based solar lanterns micro-retailers in Wajir County.
Indonesia: SCOPE Learning Study
Reducing poverty and environmental impact in the Indonesian tofu and tempeh sector.
Nepal, Timor-Leste: Climate Resilient Development case study - A market development approach to climate-informed disaster risk reduction
Mercy Corps is demonstrating a new approach to sustainable Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) by economically incentivizing climate-informed DRR measures in Nepal and Timor Leste.
Indonesia: Climate Resilient Development case study - A governance approach to building urban climate resilience
The Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network (ACCCRN) is a multiyear, $59 million initiative funded by the Rockefeller Foundation to strengthen the capacity of more than 50 rapidly urbanizing cities in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, as they survive, adapt, and transform in the face of climate-related shocks and stresses.
Georgia: Climate Resilient Development case study - Municipal level climate resilient development planning
Beginning in 2011, Mercy Corps programming in Georgia focused on enhancing the capacity of local and regional stakeholders to develop climate resilient development plans.