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Dr. Kenyon's First 100 Days

"It has been a very busy, and fulfilling first few months leading Project HOPE. “Global health is global” so I’ve needed to see our work overseas, starting with visits to Ethiopia, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Sierra Leone, Poland, Macedonia, and Kosovo. I had a close look at our programs on HIV, TB/HIV, diabetes and hypertension, Ebola, biomedical engineering, neonatology, our support for children’s hospitals and our efforts to ease the refugee crisis in Europe.I’ve been pleased to discover, but not surprised, that Project HOPE is truly making a difference." Read More

HOPE in China: From the Beginning

Bill Walsh, Jr., Marcia Petrini, Ph.D., FAAN, and Cary Kimble, a recent alumnus, have embarked on assembling a writing team to document Project HOPE’s extensive and impressive work in China beginning in 1983.The monograph will be similar to the just completed monograph on HOPE’s Health Care Management program in Central and Eastern Europe (1992-2009).

If you wish to participate with data or stories, please contact Bill Walsh at bertwalsh@icloud.com; photos with captions should be sent to Debbie Reister at dreister@projecthope.org.

Preparing Health Care Managers on a Global Scale: A Project HOPE Experience

The monograph titled, Preparing Health Care Managers on a Global Scale: A Project HOPE Experience was completed. An impressive writing team of USA and international alumni documented the process, outcomes and lessons learned from the HOPE program that trained more than 3,900 professionals in Central and Eastern Europe many of whom have assumed leadership positions at hospitals and ministries of health. The World Bank, USAID, Johnson and Johnson and later Merck (China component) were significant sponsors.

Alumni Reunion Planning Is Well on Its Way

With the diligent work of alumna, Edie McKenna, the October 7-8 Alumni Reunion is planned for the Key Bridge Holiday Inn in Rosselyn, VA just a short distance by metro from Reagan National Airport. There will be a welcome reception Friday evening, October 7, sponsored by Abbott, and the general meeting and election of officers on Saturday morning. Following a free afternoon, the banquet will be in the evening. Rooms have been reserved for $130 plus tax. The registration fee before July 31 is $125 and after August 1 it will be $140. Additional dinner guests will be $50.

For planning purposes, if you know that you will be attending, please contact Irene Machado at machado.irene@gmail.com or 4770 Wellington Street, Hudsonville, MI 49426.

Election of Alumni Association Officers

Nominations are closed for the positions of president, vice president and secretary/treasurer. A ballot will be part of the spring alumni newsletter with the vote count being done as part of the October reunion.The new officers will assume their responsibilities in July 2017.

HOPE Remembers

  • Roberta Caffrey, RN, MSN (Grenada, Swaziland) - June 21, 2015
  • Kristen McNutt, Nutritionist (Natal) – June 30, 2015
  • Leslie Van Raalte, RN (Colombia) - August 1, 2015
  • Charles R. Sunderlin, Courier (HOPE Center) Aug. 31,2015

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