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About Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is dedicated to helping the poor and oppressed in developing countries. The not-for-profit organization offers emergency relief and economic support, as well as assistance in building sustainable communities. It also develops curriculum guides to introduce students to various topics ranging from Kurdish history and Afghan henna art to the – more... worldwide clean water campaign. Since its founding, Mercy Corps programs have provided about $1.5 billion in assistance to people in 106 nations. Originally the organization was named Save the Refugees Fund when it was founded by Dan O'Neill in response to the plight of Cambodian refugees in 1979.

Mercy Corps boasts offices in North America and Europe, as well as several field offices in more troubled regions. The group's daily efforts reach more than 16 million people in some 35 countries. – less

Mercy Corps Employer Reviews

Intern (Former Employee), Portland, ORJuly 1, 2014
Learning and Knowledge Advisor (Current Employee), Addis AbabaMarch 3, 2014
(volunteer), LEBANON (Former Employee), baalbek, LebanonJanuary 11, 2014
Project Manager, Project Implementation Unit (PIU) (Former Employee), Islamabad and LahoreAugust 23, 2013

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