Meghan Prichard’s stories
Bangladesh: Rohingya refugee crisis: Quick facts
The Rohingya refugee crisis is one of the world's fastest growing refugee crises. Here's what you need to know about this disaster — and what you can do to help.
How we work: Young people
There are more young people in the world today than in any other time in history. That's why we're here to invest in their futures. Watch the video to learn more.
United States: In the news: Adopting a new humanitarian strategy
In a piece featured in The Nation, Mercy Corps' Senior Global Policy Advisor Madeline Rose calls for the United States to re-examine its global humanitarian strategy by focusing on violence reduction and conflict prevention.
Jordan, Syria: What happens now: Connecting refugees to critical information on their phones
Watch the video to experience the journey of a refugee and learn how our innovative information app helps them along the way.
South Sudan, Uganda: For a South Sudanese refugee, a place to put down roots
Conflict forced Grace and her family to leave everything behind. While she waits for an end to conflict so she can return to South Sudan, she's learning to grow produce that will help her support herself and her four children.
Colombia: Quick facts: Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis
For several years Venezuela – once the richest country in South America – has been hurtling toward economic, social and institutional collapse, spurring a regional humanitarian crisis and mass migration. You can help. Learn more about the ongoing crisis in Venezuela and the region and join us in supporting the families who are fleeing.
How we work: Emergency response
As disasters increasingly strike families and children in vulnerable places around the world, Mercy Corps is there to provide lifesaving relief and help communities build back stronger.
How we work: Cash
Cash is one of the quickest ways to help people get back on their feet and on their way to recovery when crises strike. Whether in the form of vouchers, pre-paid debit cards, mobile transfers, paper money or cash-for-work, it's a direct way of supporting people who need it most.
DR Congo: Providing emergency services and brighter futures to displaced families in DRC
4.3 million people in Democratic Republic of Congo are internally displaced because of conflict. They can't go home, so Mercy Corps is working to make sure they have what they need to rebuild their lives.
2017 3I Award Winners
Impact, Influence and Innovation These videos from our Niger, Afghanistan and Jordan field teams truly demonstrate how Mercy Corps works: