South Sudan: Q+A: How to survive in Bentiu
People in Bentiu camp are in desperate need of shelter, food, water and everyday supplies. What's it like to survive there? One of our emergency responders, Osee Mbusa, describes the situation and his experience.
South Sudan: What does flooding mean for displacement camps?
Heavy rainfall and flooding has inundated the U.N. compound in Bentiu, making conditions even more difficult. Our team is working to provide vital sanitation facilities and prevent the spread of disease.
West Bank and Gaza: Delivery of emergency food and supplies continues amidst chaos
As the conflict in Gaza continues to worsen, Mercy Corps team members are working in dangerous conditions to deliver much-needed emergency assistance on the ground.
Jordan, Syria: Syrian wrestling champion brings hope to refugee youth
Mohammed Al Karad spent more than a decade as a star Syrian athlete. Now a refugee at Zaatari, he's channeling his past to be a positive role model for young Syrian refugees at Mercy Corps' Youth Center.
Iraq: Emergency supplies help displaced families
This past week, our team in Iraq distributed 4,000 hygiene kits to vulnerable displaced families. Read their stories.
South Sudan: What we must do to prevent tragedy: 5 urgent needs
Just 3 years since South Sudan gained independence, conflict has driven the young country to the brink of devastating famine. Five things can save lives right now.
Iraq: Worsening humanitarian conditions drive Mercy Corps response
Continued fighting in Iraq is driving more people from their homes. We are ramping up an emergency response to keep displaced families healthy in deteriorating conditions.
South Sudan: New nation on the brink
Six months of conflict have left millions at risk of famine and disease in South Sudan. Our Director of Global Emergency Response explains our response to the young country's spiraling crisis.
Where are the world's toughest places?
Mercy Corps works in 16 of the 20 most vulnerable countries in the new 2014 Fragile States Index. Learn about the crises some of these countries are up against, and what we're doing to help families overcome them.
Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Voices of Syria's youth: What it's like to grow up as a refugee
As part of our new research, we asked youth affected by the Syria crisis to describe their struggles and hopes. See their art and photos — and learn what we must do to help this generation rebuild.