Scott Latta’s stories
Lebanon, Syria: I fled Syria on foot over the mountains with my four kids. This is my story.
When her husband disappeared and her kids went hungry, leaving Syria became her only option. Maram shares her first-person account of becoming a refugee.
Q&A: Neal Keny-Guyer, Mercy Corps CEO, on building a more just world in 2018
The global order is changing, and 2018 represents a critical juncture. How can we address conflict, climate change, and other issues that are affecting families around the world? Read on to learn more in this Q&A with Mercy Corps CEO Neal Keny-Guyer.
Q&A: Dina Esposito, Mercy Corps' vice president of technical leadership, on food and fragile states
What's the link between conflict and hunger? And why should our response focus on the long-term, even in an emergency? Learn more in this Q&A with Dina Esposito, Mercy Corps' vice president of Technical Leadership.
The changing face of aid: A Q&A with Craig Redmond, Senior Vice President of Programs
How does Mercy Corps choose where to respond when a crisis hits? And how is the approach to disaster response changing? Learn more in this interview with our Senior VP of Programs, Craig Redmond.
Mongolia: In Mongolia, winter looms on the edge of the earth
One-third of all Mongolians are nomadic herders—one of the hardest lives on earth. Mercy Corps is working to help them survive the harsh conditions and build a stronger future.
Nepal: Mercy Corps responding to catastrophic flooding in Nepal
One month after widespread floods ravaged southern Nepal, Mercy Corps is responding with urgent support to help Nepalis meet their immediate needs, focusing on sanitation and infrastructure.
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria: The world's 5 biggest refugee crises
More than half of all refugees worldwide come from just five places. See the full list and learn how you can partner with Mercy Corps to make a difference.
This is what a world without famine looks like
Famine has put millions of lives at risk in South Sudan. Can the solution be found in Niger and Guatemala?
Quick facts: What you need to know about U.S. foreign aid
U.S. foreign assistance plays a critical role in saving lives and lifting people out of poverty around the world. With humanitarian funding from many partners, including the U.S.
Afghanistan, Greece, Syria: The young refugees stuck in Greece
Thousands of young people have fled their homes in search of a better life in Europe, only to end up stuck in Greece, waiting for a chance to build a more stable future.