What COVID-19 means for people living in fragile places
COVID-19 is eroding progress in some of the world’s most fragile places, but by redoubling our efforts, we have an opportunity to reduce the pandemic’s impacts on the most vulnerable.
July 17, 2020
The facts: What you need to know about the crisis in Yemen
80 percent of Yemen's population — over 24 million people — is in need of humanitarian support like food, water and medicine. Here's what you need to know about the crisis and what you can do to help.
June 05, 2019
Picturing a brighter future: One woman's journey to serve her community through photography
Hayat knew from experience that not having a woman photographer in her community was limiting other women's options. So she picked up a camera to fix that.
April 05, 2019
Stories from Yemen: Worried mothers, sick children and the community health workers helping them
Community health workers play a critical role in Yemen as the country continues to face humanitarian, economic and political crises resulting from years of ongoing conflict. Read more about how and who they're helping.
February 15, 2019
7 crises we're watching in 2019
Yemen, Nigeria, Colombia and beyond — here are the top crises we're keeping an eye on in 2019.
February 07, 2019
In Yemen, a father transforms an entire community
When Yemen's conflict made it impossible for Wassim to find steady work, Mercy Corps helped him do something bold—and create a far-reaching impact.
November 09, 2018
In Yemen, one family’s fight against cholera
When Abdullah’s 7-year-old daughter Nehan fell ill with cholera, he brought her to a local Mercy Corps-supported health clinic. As one family fights this disease, millions of others in Yemen are suffering amidst a massive humanitarian crisis.