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Mercy Corps mourns the loss of longtime board member Phyllis Dobyns
From CEO Neal Keny-Guyer: Mercy Corps is mourning the loss of Phyllis Dobyns, a pioneering leader in international relief and development, who had all the best attributes of people who work tirelessly for social change.
Mercy Corps honors Nelson Mandela
While we mourn his loss, we know the impact of his actions will live on and inspire humanitarians around the globe for generations to come.
Mercy Corps celebrates the 100th birthday of Landrum Bolling
Honoring our director at large, whose vast experience in foreign politics and conflict resolution have put peace at the forefront of Mercy Corps' mission.
Mercy Corps mourns sudden deaths of longtime supporters
Nohad and Dirce Toulan "were great global citizens who also cared deeply about our hometown of Portland, Oregon," said CEO Neal Keny-Guyer. Our thoughts and prayers are with their family at this difficult time.
Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Syrian humanitarian crisis demands new perspective on emergency response
Mercy Corps CEO Neal Keny-Guyer outlines key steps we should take to help Syrians caught in the civil war.
What do we mean by ‘Shared Value’?
CEO Neal Keny-Guyer on the future of NGOs: If we're going to create enduring solutions to poverty, we've got to bring the right partners together to tackle today's toughest challenges.
Kenya: Betting on peace as high-stakes elections approach
Mercy Corps' CEO visits Yes Youth Can and sees the future of Kenya in the young people working for peace in their country.
Haiti: What does resilience look like?
Discussions at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting this week will focus on how to better prepare for and minimize disasters of the future. In Haiti, we've been investing in communities to do just that.
Resources for children after tragedy
All of us in the Mercy Corps family are struggling to comprehend today's unimaginable tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. To families looking for guidance as they struggle with today's events, we offer these recommendations from our Comfort for Kids expert.
Afghanistan: Thoughts from a recent visit
In strategic governance and economic development work, Mercy Corps' CEO sees progress toward a stronger future in Afghanistan.