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Enjoy our library of videos depicting HOPE's work around the world.
Nursing Professor Heads to Philippines to Help Victims
December 3, 2013
Check out this great news video of HOPE Volunteer Dr. Patricia Olenick, CNM now in the Philippines supporting exhausted midwives and helping mothers give birth amongst the devastation.
Project HOPE- Here I Am
October 11, 2013
Pictorial story of Project HOPE's lifesaving health education and humanitarian assistance programs around the globe accompanied by the beautiful singing voice of Nathan Carlisle, Full-Time Member of the Metropolitan Opera Chorus.
Village Savings and Loans Groups in South Africa
July 19, 2013
Volunteers Britta Harman and Lindsay Johnson, Masters students at the University of Kentucky spent four weeks with Project HOPE in South Africa building on the great work that Project HOPE's Rachel Miller did in February this year with our Village Savings and Loans groups VSL). Eleven groups have been formed that meet on a weekly basis where they save money and then make small loans to members of the groups to generate income. Britta and Lindsay, working with the local team were able to provide support, train health educators and improve systems to make the program run more efficiently.
HOPE Centre in South Africa
June 21, 2013
Project HOPE and Eli Lilly have had a fruitful relationship for more than 50 years. This new video highlights our partnership to improve diabetes and hypertension care for people living in the informal settlement of Zandspruit in Johannesburg, South Africa. The video shows the important work being done there through the Lilly NCD Partnership, including when 10 Lilly employees spent two weeks volunteering at the site in May of 2013 through the Connecting Hearts Abroad program.
Introduction to IDEEL
June 7, 2013
The IDEEL video introduces you to Project HOPE’s cutting edge online India diabetes management and educator course. It is an innovative and interactive course with the latest updates in the diabetes field with important cultural adaptations that equip the Diabetes Educator with the knowledge and skills to be able to provide excellent patient support and education to ensure healthier lives.
HOPE School of Nursing Simulation Lab at Wuhan University
May 8, 2013
The establishment of a "Nursing Simulation Lab and Research Center" has enabled a state-of-the-art active learning environment for students in the HOPE School of Nursing in Wuhan China.
2012 Project HOPE Volunteer of the Year
April 24, 2013
Faye Pyles earns the pretigious 2012 Volunteer of the Year honor.
Thank You for Your Support
January 17, 2013
We are celebrating the generous support of all our donors in 2012 with a short Thank You video. Your support provided health care, lifesaving health education, medical volunteers and critically needed medicines to families around the globe! Thank you for your support and enjoy our video.
Diabetes is the Global Crisis
November 14, 2012
Since 1998, Project HOPE has been has been addressing the global explosion of diabetes. Expanding diabetes education which includes dynamic promotion of healthy lifestyle choices to health care professionals in places like India, China, Africa, Latin America and the United States is key to reversing the deadly epidemic of diabetes. Help HOPE in the global diabetes fight.
#HOPEonFilm: After the Earthquake
July 18, 2012
Watch & Share Now!
We are thrilled to debut the third in a series of short films documenting Project HOPE's work around the world, directed and produced by award-winning filmmaker Joshua Seftel. The film tells the story of HOPE volunteer and physical therapist Claude Hillel. Having seen the devastation that immediately followed the 2010 earthquake in Haiti and lost several of his relatives in the disaster, Claude left New York and traveled to the battered country where he would change countless lives for the better amidst unimaginable destruction. Please join us in celebrating the film's release by taking a moment to watch, and spreading HOPE by sharing the video to Facebook, Twitter or by email. And if you haven’t already, please join Project HOPE on Facebook and Twitter to be the first to see future films.