We are working hard in the Central African Republic to put a stop to gender-based violence. Staff members like Monique offer support to victims and work with the community to find solution that work the whole community.
Hawa, and women like her, are the key to surviving climate change in the Sahel. Read her story: http://ow.ly/BztBp
This is how we’re working to prevent the spread of waterborne diseases like cholera in displacement camps in South Sudan.
Since conflict began in South Sudan, 1 in 7 people have been displaced, 1.7 million citizens have been forced to flee their homes and 452,000 people have escaped to neighboring countries in search of safety. And now the country faces famine.
Anwar and his five children fled their home in #Gaza weeks ago and do not know when they’ll be able to return. We’ve been able to get clean water to Anwar, his family and other families just like his.
Congratulations to Abdul Qadir Memon, the winner of the Mercy Corps, Getty Images Humankind photo contest!
Meet Samila Sarki. Samila is working to become the first Dalit
girl from her small village in Nepal to complete her education. Read her story.
While fleeing from violence in South Sudan, Elizabeth was separated from 4 of her 8 children. She still doesn’t know where they are. Read her story: http://ow.ly/B3U2E
The United Nations announced today that there are now a record 3 million Syrian refugees. We asked a few young Syrian refugees what it’s like to be away from home, and this is what they told us: http://ow.ly/ASxTX