Mercy Corps ranks among top 10 international NGOs for social innovation

February 27, 2013

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  • We're protecting women entrepreneurs in Haiti with a pioneering microinsurance program, one of the many ways we "foster indigenous entrepreneurship" and drive sustainable change after natural disasters and conflict. Photo: Fabiola Coupet/Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is proud to be recognized for its “leadership in using social innovation as an engine for sustainable development,” ranking 10th on the recently released second annual list of the top 100 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) compiled by The Global Journal.

The print and online publication, which focuses on global issues, considered 450 NGOs based on three criteria — impact, innovation and sustainability — to identify the top 100 that play a significant role as agents of social change.

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