Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps helps people in the world’s toughest places turn the crises of natural disaster, poverty and conflict into opportunities for progress. Driven by local needs and market conditions, our programs provide communities with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives. Our worldwide team in 41 countries is improving the lives of 19 million people. For more information, see mercycorps.org.

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Primary Address

45 SW Ankeny St.

Portland, OR 97204

US

Projects

ordered by most recently updated

  • Girls Improving Resilience with Livestock

    Agriculture project in 2 countries

    This initiative will empower pastoralist girls in the Karamoja and Turkana regions to improve their livelihoods and household food security, and as well as the resilience and adaptive capacities of their communities.... Learn more

    Last updated December 9, 2015

  • Agri-Fin Mobile - Phase II

    Agriculture project in 3 countries

    This is the second phase of the Agri-Fin Mobile program which will "bundle" affordable, fee-for-service, farm and crop management tools and financial services using mobile phones to build financial and technological... Learn more

    Last updated September 1, 2015

  • Agri-Fin Accelerate

    Agriculture project in 3 countries

    Mercy Corps AgriFin Mobile Hub will couple the massive unmet demand for financial services among smallholder farmers with the power and ever-expanding reach of mobile technology. Mercy Corps will collaborate... Learn more

    Last updated July 29, 2015

  • PDX Private Funds: Mobile Nutrition Teams

    A project from 2 different sectors in Ethiopia

    Mercy Corps will address the immediate and mounting needs of the affected-communities through the deployment of an additional mobile health and nutrition team in Afdem district of Shinile zone Somali region,... Learn more

    Last updated October 10, 2013

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