All stories about Syria crisis
Refugees share their stories of loss, hope and survival
In support of World Refugee Day June 20, we sought out people who have made the refugee journey and can recall the experience of having to leave home, possibly forever. These are their stories.
Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria: How technology is affecting the refugee crisis
The mass movement of refugees toward western Europe has spawned a modern migration, one in which smartphones, the internet and other technologies play a lifesaving and transformative role.
Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey: Quick facts: What you need to know about the Syria crisis
Over five years in, Syria's civil war has fueled a massive exodus. See the staggering statistics and learn the facts behind the figures.
Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria: Refugee families face uncertainty in Europe
Through the winter, our team in the Balkans worked day and night to help refugees as they pushed towards Europe. Find out what the journey was like, and how we helped.
Jordan, Syria: Amina's story: ‘I still have hope’
Amina once dreamed of becoming a doctor, but the war in Syria put her in danger of losing her voice. How one of our youth centers in her new home is helping her heal and move forward.
Afghanistan, Syria: Meet some of the youngest refugees fleeing to Europe
More than 55 percent of the refugees making the difficult journey towards Europe are women and children. Meet a few of the youngest making the journey, and read their stories.
Syria, Turkey: In the news: Tens of thousands flee fighting in Aleppo city
As more and more Syrians flee Aleppo and gather at the Turkish border, we are providing food baskets and emergency supplies to help them cope.
Syria, Turkey: Follow board member Gayle Tzemach Lemmon's journey through Turkey
As Mercy Corps board member Gayle Tzemach Lemmon travels through Turkey, she is documenting her reflections. Read what she has to say about the situation and the Mercy Corps programs that are helping refugees cope.
Syria: Russian entry in Syria disrupts already strained aid efforts
Russian missile strikes in Syria are likely to lead even more Syrians to flee for safety and will make delivery of humanitarian aid to Syrian civilians even more difficult, a Mercy Corps leader warned Congressional leaders during testimony on October 8.
It’s not just Syria: Refugee crisis is 60 million and growing
There are currently nearly 65.3 million refugees or displaced people worldwide, and they aren't just fleeing the war in Syria. Get the facts about where refugees live around the world, and what we're doing to help them while they're far from home.