September 29, 2022
Informal Social Protection Networks and Resilience in Conflict-affected Contexts
This brief synthesizes findings from studies in South Sudan and Yemen, offering key lessons and recommendations for aid actors to better account for and help strengthen informal support networks.
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.
July 25, 2022
Sibling Support to Adolescent Girls in Emergencies
Sibling Support to Adolescent Girls in Emergencies (SSAGE) is a gender-focused, family-based life skills intervention that aims to reduce violence against adolescent girls in humanitarian settings.
June 14, 2022
Mobilizing Communities to Build Social Cohesion and Reduce Vulnerability to Violent Extremism
Testing the impact of Mercy Corps’ signature approach to strengthening social cohesion and its effect on vulnerability to violent extremism in Niger.
June 08, 2022
Compounding Shocks and Resilient Food Security in Nigeria and Niger
A new assessment of compounding shocks affecting a key trade corridor between Nigeria and Niger signals a rising humanitarian crisis.