Research & Resources
March 10, 2020
Congo’s Kasaï Provinces Conflict Assessment
The violent conflict that broke out in Congo’s Kasaï provinces in 2016 caused more than 3,300 deaths and, at its peak, up to 1.4 million internally displaced persons, has largely subsided, but it has left pockets of instability, deep grievances, and acute ethnic tension. With this conflict assessment report, Mercy Corps would like to draw attention to the current situation in the Kasaï.
December 11, 2019
The Weaponization of Social Media
An assessment of how social media has been used to incite violence and how collaborative programming can help protect already fragile communities
December 02, 2019
The Role of the World Bank in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations
This note explores lessons learned since 2016 and provides recommendations for the World Bank to consider moving forward.
November 15, 2019
What Works and What’s Next for Social Stability in Jordan?
Evidence from Mercy Corps’ Host-Refugee Social Cohesion Program in Jordan
May 10, 2019
Does Peacebuilding Work in the Midst of Conflict?
Impact evaluation of a Mercy Corps peacebuilding program in Nigeria
January 16, 2019
Borno Strategic Resilience Assessment
Mercy Corps conducted a Strategic Resilience Assessment in Borno State, Northeast Nigeria, with the goal of understanding resilience dynamics within protracted conflict and identifying key capacities to inform a theory of change for strengthening resilience in the immediate and medium-term.