We provide immediate humanitarian aid and help people get back on their feet. We work in more than 30 countries, support child education, help the poorest and most vulnerable, and support human rights activists. We hold the values of mutual help, solidarity and humanism in high esteem.

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People in Need and Mercy Corps supported herders in Mongolia in disaster risk reduction through early warning SMS system and capacity building

People in Need and Mercy Corps supported herders in Mongolia in disaster risk reduction through early warning SMS system and capacity building

Humanitarian Aid and Development

People in Need Announces SOS Collection to Aid Venezuelans

People in Need Announces SOS Collection to Aid Venezuelans

Human Rights Support

“They gave us no warning,” says Medhanit Shuti, a victim of ethnic tension in Ethiopia

“They gave us no warning,” says Medhanit Shuti, a victim of ethnic tension in Ethiopia

Humanitarian Aid and Development

Schools and hospitals bombed in Syria; over one hundred and fifty thousand flee in a week

Schools and hospitals bombed in Syria; over one hundred and fifty thousand flee in a week

Humanitarian Aid and Development

For thousands of Syrians forced to flee bombs or violence, our emergency “ready-to-eat” kits are the very first assistance they receive. Each kit is packed with enough food to sustain a family for five days. We specifically choose long-lasting rations, so that our kits can be packed and prepared in advance.

"I tried migrating three times and lost my brother on the last attempt," says Birtukan from Ethiopia

Humanitarian Aid and Development

A look #insidetheaid in Syria

A look #insidetheaid in Syria

Humanitarian Aid and Development

45 Syrian and international NGOs call for immediate end to attacks on civilians and hospitals in Idlib, Syria

45 Syrian and international NGOs call for immediate end to attacks on civilians and hospitals in Idlib, Syria

Humanitarian Aid and Development

ISIL forced Doraid out of school three years ago. Now, he feels equipped to take on whatever life throws at him, “no matter what.”

ISIL forced Doraid out of school three years ago. Now, he feels equipped to take on whatever life throws at him, “no matter what.”

Humanitarian Aid and Development

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