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Ethiopia: Climate Resilient Development case study - Integrating climate change into market-based development programming
Pastoralist Areas Resilience Improvement through Market Expansion (PRIME) is a five-year multi-agency project that focuses on supporting pastoralists via expansion of markets and long-term behavior change. As part of its approach, PRIME integrates strategies aimed at helping communities become more resilient to climate change and its affects on society at various levels.
Climate Resilient Development case study - Experiences and lessons in climate change integration
For Mercy Corps, resilience is a process—a way of thinking and acting—not just an end state. We work to build diverse connections and relationships—between people, communities, and the systems that support them—which enable communities to plan, prepare, and manage for change in times of increasingly complex and dynamic crises.
Iraq: Investing in Iraq’s Peace: How Good Governance Can Diminish Support for Violent Extremism
According to new Mercy Corps research, the success of armed groups in Iraq
Nepal: What Next For Nepal? Evidence of What Matters for Building Resilience After the Gorkha Earthquake
Evidence of What Matters for Building Resilience After the Gorkha Earthquake
Syria: Al-Hasakeh, Syria Agricultural Assessment
Mercy Corps conducts an assessment to better understand the new normal of the Syrian agricultural economy.
Nigeria: Conflict, Livelihoods, and Resilience
Community capacities in Nigeria’s middle belt
Niger: Why Adolescent Girls’ Programming Matters
Evidence from an Impact Evaluation in Niger
Pathways from Peace to Resilience
Evidence from the Greater Horn of Africa on the Links between Conflict Management and Resilience to Food Security Shocks
Central African Republic: Building Community Resilience During Violent Conflict: Lessons Learned from Mercy Corps’ Stabilizing Vulnerable Communities Program in the Central African Republic (CAR)
Based on impressive results of the SVC program, Mercy Corps' new report advocates for sustained and increased investments in community-led conflict management and peacebuilding investments during complex crises.
Gender and Market Development: A framework for strengthening gender integration in market systems development
Mercy Corps makes recommendations for better integrating gender into market systems development programming.