Research and resources
September 21, 2022
The Russian-Ukrainian Conflict and Its Food Security Implications in Northwest Syria
A Mercy Corps report finds that ripple effects from the conflict in Ukraine have exacerbated food insecurity in Northwest Syria.
October 18, 2021
Food Security in Conflict Driven Crises: A Mercy Corps Approach
Mercy Corps outlines our approach to building resilient food security in even the most challenging and complex contexts, where violent conflict or warfare is a dominant characteristic and driver of hunger.
September 14, 2021
Resilient Food Systems: Making Food Systems Work in The World’s Most Fragile Places
Mercy Corps sets out four key ways to build strong food systems that deliver healthy food for everyone—including those living in the world’s most fragile places.
April 29, 2021
Protecting Development Gains in Ethiopia
Drawing on Mercy Corps Ethiopia’s experience, this brief advocates for using Crisis Modifiers, emergency funding mechanisms—to respond to shocks—protect development gains, and avoid backsliding.
April 05, 2021
“I Could Not Sleep While They Were Hungry”
This brief presents initial findings from a study in Yemen, to showcase why informal support networks are critical to households’ ability to survive and cope in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.