All stories about photography
10 of our favorite photos from 2015
We commission thousands of photos annually, and each one tells a story. View our top picks from this year and learn about some of the people we worked with in 2015.
Ten best photos of 2014
We believe in the power of photography to connect us and inspire change around the world. See some of the most captivating images captured in the field this year.
Central African Republic, South Sudan: Remembering photojournalist Camille Lepage
Mercy Corps' Country Director in South Sudan reflects on the life of his friend and our colleague, who was killed in the Central African Republic this week.
Images: Natural beauty in the world's toughest places
Working in fragile environments means helping communities make better use of their natural resources so they can improve their lives and the world around them.
Ten best photos of 2013
We are strong believers in the power of photography to bring global change to life. Here are ten of our favorite images captured in the field this year.
Humankind photo contest: More of our favorites
We were so impressed by the submissions to our 2013 photo contest that we had to them. Scroll through the slideshow to see the colors and the faces that bring our shared experience to life.
Liberia: Behind the camera: The power of one pen
Freelance photographer Nancy Farese is documenting Mercy Corps programs in Haiti this week. Prior to leaving, she reflected on her last trip to Liberia in 2011.
10 stunning landscape photos from the world’s toughest places
We work in some of the toughest places in the world, but their incredible settings are a reminder of what lies beyond poverty, conflict and disaster.
Ten best photos of 2012
In 2012, we sent photographers to cover some of the most remarkable stories in 10 different countries, from Afghanistan to Yemen, Colombia to South Sudan.
Haiti: Youthful views: National Geographic photo camp
For six days last month, 18 Haitian youth came together for a Mercy Corps and National Geographic photo camp in Port-au-Prince.