Sumaya Agha’s stories
Afghanistan: Refugee family, fleeing grim future, makes impossible journey
Ali, Farashta and their two children are fleeing Afghanistan for a better life in Europe. They are four of the over 51,000 Afghan, Syrian, and Iraqi refugees who took the perilous journey over the Mediterranean Sea in the month of January 2016.
Jordan, Syria: New glasses bring refugee child to the head of the class
It's difficult to learn if you cannot see. That's why Mercy Corps is linking Syrian refugee school children in Jordan, like Omar, with necessary eye exams and glasses.
Jordan, Syria: Syrian refugees brave brutal summer conditions
Syrian refugees at Zaatari camp face difficult challenges this summer. The sun and dust are unbearable, and there isn't enough water to bring relief. Hear about their experiences and learn how you can help.
Jordan, Syria: We asked refugees: What did you bring with you?
Many Syrian refugees fled with only seconds to grab what matters to them most. These personal items are now bittersweet symbols of home and hope.
Jordan, Syria: What do refugees need after leaving everything behind?
People who escape the war in Syria leave nearly empty-handed and now have few options to support themselves. See some of the items we provide to help them maintain their new life.
Jordan, Syria: Against all odds: An equal opportunity to learn for refugee children with disabilities
Seven-year-old Khalid has muscular dystrophy and rarely left his family's caravan in Zaatari refugee camp. Learn how we helped him attend school for the first time.
Jordan, Syria: Photos: Winter through the eyes of Syrian refugee children
In their own words, Syrian refugee children at Zaatari camp tell us what the winter has been like — and what they wish for to get through the freezing weather.
Jordan, Syria: Safe shelter from the cold
Most Syrian refugees like Amneh and Khaled can't afford safe, secure living spaces. We're repairing run-down homes to keep their children warm this winter.
Jordan, Syria: Inside Azraq, Jordan's newest refugee camp
Learn about the new safe haven that was designed to give Syrian refugees a better sense of structure and community amid the uncertain future they face.
Jordan, Syria: Getting Syria's most vulnerable children to school
Children with disabilities can easily fall through the cracks during the upheaval of war. We're making sure kids like Hayam have their needs met to continue their education as refugees.