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DR Congo, Lebanon, Syria, Uganda: Cracking the Code: Enhancing Emergency Response & Resilience in Complex Crises
With people in poverty increasingly concentrated in fragile states, more effective and efficient ways must be found to resolve the underlying causes of those crises. In this report, Mercy Corps shares 5 case studies and provides concrete recommendations as to how the international community should engage in conflict-affected and fragile states.
The Voucher and Fair Implementation Guide
Vouchers are a type of cash transfer programming (CTP).
The Cash Transfer Programming Methodology Guide
An increasingly popular form of assistance in emergency and development settings, cash transfer programming (CTP) refers to any program where cash (or vouchers for goods or services) is directly pr
Labor and Market Assessment Guidance and Tip Sheets
Mercy Corps believes that effective workforce development and employability programs must start with the market.
Syria: Adolescents inside Syria: No One Hears Us
In a new report addressing the needs of adolescents inside Syria, we found that adolescents dealing with the war face hopelessness and isolation. See our recommendations and download the report.
Uganda: More Than Markets: Building Resilience in Northern Uganda
In More Than Markets: Building Resilience in Northern Uganda, Mercy Corps finds that even wher
Economic Recovery Assessment: Sierra Leone
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has devastated communities in the three most affected countries: Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Remote Management Annotated Bibliography
This annotated bibliography provides an overview of literature related to remote management in humanitarian settings.
Managing Complexity: Adaptive Management at Mercy Corps
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Nigeria: The Economic Costs of Conflict in Nigeria
Decades-long violent conflict in the Middle Belt region of Nigeria between farmers and pastoralists has devastated local communities, drastically reducing both security and economic activity.