Meghan Prichard’s stories
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.
United States: Puerto Rico: Carmen's story
Puerto Rico's most vulnerable residents continue to deal with hardship months after Hurricane Maria, but with your help, we're building beyond disaster.
2017 3I Award Winners
Impact, Influence and Innovation These videos from our Niger, Afghanistan and Jordan field teams truly demonstrate how Mercy Corps works:
Thank you for providing a better future for families
In this season of gratitude, it’s more important than ever that we say thank you to generous supporters like you. We appreciate you being there.
United States: Sharing warm meals across Puerto Rico
Each day our team works with the World Central Kitchen team to pack up and distribute about 500 meals to hard-hit communities in Puerto Rico.
United States: Providing cash to Puerto Ricans in need
Three weeks after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, families are still in desperate need of basic supplies. Mercy Corps is providing emergency cash cards so people can buy what they need most.
South Sudan: In South Sudan, famine threat still looms
While South Sudan is no longer technically experiencing famine, the reality on the ground remains dire. An estimated 6 million people — more than half the population — are at risk, and 1.7 million people require immediate assistance.
United States: Our first days in Puerto Rico: An on-the-ground report
Members of our emergency response team are now on the ground in Puerto Rico and assessing the situation to see how we can best support local efforts to deliver humanitarian assistance.
Haiti: One year after Hurricane Matthew, seeds of hope return
One year after Hurricane Matthew devastated the island nation, the people of Haiti are rebuilding their livelihoods.