Infectious and chronic diseases, disasters and health crises and the health of women and children, Project HOPE works at the epicenter of today’s greatest health challenges to support health care workers to deliver expert care when and where it’s needed.
A doctor or midwife. A nurse or community health worker trained in primary care.
Every health issue—whether impacting a small family or a huge region—depends entirely on whether the health worker on the ground has what they need to do their job.
While Project HOPE's vision is simple... “to create a world where everyone has the health care needed to reach life’s full potential”...the shortage of trained health care workers in the poorest countries can make it impossible for children to receive lifesaving health care.
Project HOPE works in more than 30 countries around the globe enabling health care workers to deliver expert care when and where it’s needed—every day and in times of crisis.
- In Malawi where the rate of HIV infections and HIV-related deaths is unacceptably high, Project HOPE is empowering communities to turn the tide of the AIDS epidemic in their own villages.
- In Kazakhstan, Project HOPE supports health providers to ensure free TB diagnosis and treatment to high risk populations to stop the spread of this deadly, but curable disease.
- In Indonesia, where the rate of maternal and newborn deaths are among the highest in ASIA, we ensure safer deliveries for mothers and babies by training village midwives and community health workers.
As the shortage of skilled health workers around the globe continues to grow, HOPE remains committed to giving health care workers knowledge, tools and support to deliver expert care and to save lives.
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