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Photo of the day: Mais, 5, holds her 4-month-old sister, Hala, one of more than 3,000 babies born in Jordan’s Zaatari Refugee Camp. Mercy Corps distributes essential supplies, including diapers, bottles and blankets, to help refugee families who have very few resources meet their day-to-day needs.
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People in Nepal are beginning to recover, but they still need our help. That’s why our team in Nepal is working hard every day to reach families with supplies. As they help people in cities, towns and villages, they are seeing the strength and resilience of people in Nepal first-hand. Meet just a few of the people you’ve helped us reach: http://ow.ly/NPJxH
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Blankets, tarps, soap, water bottles – see how simple items make a big difference for Premmaya and thousands of people in #Nepal, one month after the earthquake: http://ow.ly/NjEV1
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What happens when almost every home around you crumbled to the ground in an earthquake? For Ram and 84 other people in a tiny village outside the ancient city of Kirtipur in #Nepal, you crowd together in the only safe structure left — a mud-brick chicken coop. See how they are coping with the emergency supplies we've delivered: http://ow.ly/NcKUT
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People in #Nepal are courageously working to pick up the pieces of their homes and lives. More hygiene, shelter and kitchen supplies are arriving, and roads are being cleared relatively quickly, which is helping us reach more survivors every day. See photos and updates from our Nepal earthquake response: http://ow.ly/N6ubG
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Our team was in the field and is assessing damage after a second major earthquake rocked Nepal this morning. One staff member told the New York Times: “Children were crying; seeing them run from their homes to this field, there was just so much fear in their faces. They had been starting to move on slightly… [now] they went back to the pain again." Read more: http://ow.ly/MRBsL
Dozens of deaths and more than a thousand injuries were reported in the quake, which came just weeks after the devastating April 25 temblor.
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Find out how Abasiya learned to dream for a better future after receiving vocational training from our team in Nigeria: http://ow.ly/O2acJ
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One month since the #NepalEarthquake, we've helped more than 43,000 people – and counting. Thanks to you! See what's been done with your support and what's next to help families recover and rebuild: http://ow.ly/NjFgg
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Photo of the day: Yasmeen dances outside her new home in Jordan — her family fled there after the violence in Syria became too much to bear. Refugees like Yasmeen struggle with their new neighbors over limited resources like school, jobs and housing. With your support, we’re bringing Syrians and Jordanians together to work together on community projects like new playgrounds and classrooms that solve these problems and create a safe environment for all.
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The ongoing conflict in Ukraine has torn many families apart. Evia is now caring for her two young daughters on her own and doesn't know if her husband is still alive. We're helping them and others cope with an uncertain future. Read their harrowing story: http://ow.ly/N6qZG
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Today's 7.3 earthquake in Nepal awakened new fear in people who were trying to move forward. Damaged homes are now completely destroyed. Our distributions will continue, and emergency supplies like tarps are more critical than ever. Read one staff member's account from a village when the quake struck: http://ow.ly/MRVbD
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Mercy Corps is a leading global humanitarian agency saving and improving lives in the world’s toughest places.
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Since 1979, Mercy Corps has provided $1.7 billion in assistance to people in 107 nations. Our global programs are supported by headquarters in North America and Europe and field offices in some of the world's most troubled and challenging regions.

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