Jeremy Barnicle’s stories
Myanmar: Bold Woman Makes a Difference December 8, 2008
Yangon, Myanmar - When a massive cyclone pounded Myanmar six months ago, Mra Sabai Nyun knew exactly what she wanted to do.
Myanmar: Navigating Change in the Delta December 8, 2008
In early May, Cyclone Nargis tore through Myanmar's Irrawaddy Delta, its merciless rains and 120-mile-an-hour winds destroying hundreds of low-lying villages and killing more than 140,000 people.
Somalia: Helping a Failed State Succeed January 23, 2008
Somalia: The Ladies of Mercy Corps Somalia December 13, 2007
I assumed Somali women would be quiet and shy — a little tough to engage in an interview.
Somalia: Helping Somalia's Marginalized Minority November 5, 2007
Borini, Somalia — Even by Somali standards, the local Bantus have it tough.
Uganda: After Twenty Years, Almost Home October 31, 2007
Oyere, Uganda - John Bosco Akello is an important leader in this village — deputy chief, pastor, model farmer — at a time when leadership is vitally important.
Uganda: Jeremy Barnicle in Uganda October 31, 2007
Mercy Corps team member Jeremy Barnicle, on the ground in war-torn northern Uganda, thanks donors for their generous support.
Somalia: Shoring Up Riverbanks - and Confidence October 25, 2007
Bandarjadid, Somalia — Driving off-road toward this riverside village, there are hints of its past glory: the rusted remains of a tractor, a long-abandoned granary.
Relief to Recovery September 7, 2006
Nabatiye, Lebanon – The young men from Mercy Corps and the Jaber Foundation have the system down pat by now. Pull up, jump out, check names on a clipboard, and hand out the boxes.
Lebanon: Relief to Recovery September 7, 2006
Nabatiye, Lebanon - The young men from Mercy Corps and the Jaber Foundation have the system down pat by now. Pull up, jump out, check names on a clipboard, and hand out the boxes.