Kelly Montgomery’s stories
Jordan, Syria: Lifting weights and spirits: How a women’s gym forged a friendship
The Syrian refugee crisis is complex and full of challenges. But Lena and Leila's story is proof of one thing we know for certain: bringing refugees and their neighbors together can transform entire communities for good.
Jordan, Syria: 7 ways you're helping Syrian refugees build better lives
Because of caring people like you, our response to the Syrian refugee crisis has kept growing — and now, there are so many ways we are working together to help Syrian refugee families.
South Sudan: Quick facts: What you need to know about the South Sudan crisis
The man-made humanitarian crisis has millions in need of aid and at risk of famine. How did this happen? Get the facts and learn why this young nation needs our help.
A brighter future starts with an education
Learn more about the many ways that you’re helping Mercy Corps keep kids in school and transform communities around the world. With an education, a brighter future awaits.
DR Congo: Cash and the family goat: Sifa’s story of survival
When Sifa and her children fled their home, the only thing they had to rely on was the family goat. Learn how we helped her recover what she lost.
Nepal: One year later, recovery in Nepal forges on
After suffering devastating earthquakes last year, Nepal was hit with an early monsoon season and a crippling fuel crisis. Now, recovery is moving forward and our team is there as Nepalis continue to recover, and rebuild their lives.
Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria: Refugee families face uncertainty in Europe
Through the winter, our team in the Balkans worked day and night to help refugees as they pushed towards Europe. Find out what the journey was like, and how we helped.
Nepal: Quick facts: What you need to know about the Nepal Earthquake
Get the facts, figures and insights about the devastating 2015 earthquake, and learn about our relief and recovery efforts three years later.
Afghanistan, Syria: Meet some of the youngest refugees fleeing to Europe
More than 55 percent of the refugees making the difficult journey towards Europe are women and children. Meet a few of the youngest making the journey, and read their stories.
Syria, Turkey: In the news: Tens of thousands flee fighting in Aleppo city
As more and more Syrians flee Aleppo and gather at the Turkish border, we are providing food baskets and emergency supplies to help them cope.