Mercy Corps Welcomes Progress At COP24, But World’s Poor Need More Help To Adapt To Climate Change And Avoid Losses
KATOWICE, Poland – Following the conclusion of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change talks, Mercy Corps’ Chief Executive Officer Neal Keny-Guyer issued the following statement:
Mercy Corps: Commends United Nations for Supporting Refugees
In response to the UN General Assembly endorsing the Global Compact on Refugees, Mercy Corps Chief Executive Officer Neal Keny-Guyer issued the following statement:
Mercy Corps Responds to Trump Administration's Africa Strategy
Commenting on the Trump Administration's new Africa strategy, unveiled by National Security Advisor John Bolton, Richmond Blake, Mercy Corps Director of Policy and Advocacy said:
Yemen: Mercy Corps: Measure Of Yemen Agreement Will Be In Action, Not Words
Commenting on the announcement, Abdikadir Mohamud, Mercy Corps Country Director in Yemen said: “While we are hopeful that the ceasefire agreement regarding the Hodeidah port will benefit the Yemeni people, this is just a first step. “The measure of the agreement will be taken in action on the ground, not words in a conference room. We need lifesaving supplies to reach the millions of people in need, and we need safe passage for the humanitarians who will distribute them.
Signpost Digital Initiative Reaches 1 Million People Across Three Continents
NEW YORK and PORTLAND, Ore. — Signpost, a partnership between the global humanitarian organizations Mercy Corps and the International Rescue Committee, has reached 1 million refugees, asylum seekers and crisis-affected communities with critical information across seven countries and three continents.
United States: Mercy Corps: Farm Bill Passage A Welcome Step In Protecting World’s Vulnerable People From Hunger
WASHINGTON — Following the passage of the Farm Bill in the U.S. House of Representatives today, Mercy Corps Vice President for Technical Leadership Dina Esposito issued the following statement:
South Sudan: Insecurity and access constraints continue to threaten lives in South Sudan
Following the signing of the peace agreement in September, there is some cause for optimism following five years of war in South Sudan. Though we cannot afford to be cynical about peace - too many lives depend on it - we must be realistic. Implementing the peace agreement and maintaining peace in a country that has known only war will be the bigger challenge for many, many years to come.
Yemen: Mercy Corps: War and Economic Collapse Drive Worsening Hunger Crisis in Yemen
SANA'A, Yemen – Amid a three-and-a-half-year-old conflict in their country, Yemenis are starving to death, driven not by lack of food but by policies by parties to the conflict that have led to an economic collapse, says the global organization Mercy Corps.
Open Letter to the G20: ‘We, not They’
We write to you as a group not without our differences. We are from different countries, religions and professions. We include those who’ve served as cabinet ministers from both major UK parties, an international footballer, academics, diplomats, journalists and entrepreneurs. Although we are different, there is something we share: we reject the word ‘they’. Often we try to protect our children from offensive four-letter words. In today’s climate, we think ‘they’ might be the worst of them.
House of Representatives Vote Passing the Global Fragility and Violence Reduction Act Signals Bipartisan U.S. Commitment to Preventing Global Violence
WASHINGTON – Mercy Corps applauds yesterday's passage of the Global Fragility and Violence Reduction Act