After the eruption: averting a secondary crisis in the DRC
In May, lava flows cut off the water supply to the people of Goma. See how Mercy Corps is bringing urgently needed clean water to Congolese families while restoring their city’s infrastructure.
September 13, 2021
Group chats, TV, and the radio: How students learned in lockdown
At the height of the pandemic and school closures around the world, Mercy Corps’ educational programming found creative ways to support students.
July 14, 2021
Small farmers, smart tech, and finding solutions in the face of climate change
From better seeds to banking services, Mercy Corps’ AgriFin program partners with organizations serving smallholder farmers—especially women—to access critical resources.
August 17, 2020
The power of partnerships: Cisco and Mercy Corps’ unique way of working
Mercy Corps and Cisco reflect on the first three years of their partnership with lessons about a global tech leader and global NGO having a successful and transformative collaboration.
August 10, 2020
Radio repurposed: An old technology offers girls new chances
Worldwide, COVID-19 halted education. While many schools switched to online learning, girls in some rural communities lack internet or smartphone access. The solution? Radio.
July 16, 2020
Who is responsible for supporting gig workers left vulnerable by COVID-19?
It’s apparent that an ecosystem-wide approach is needed to design a solution that guarantees protection for workers.