Enjoy our library of videos depicting HOPE's work around the world.
Executive Vice President Chris Skopec provides an update on HOPE's efforts to address the health needs that have emerged in the wake of catastrophic flooding from Hurricane Harvey.
Put on your Google Cardboards or move your cursor around the video and really experience a day in the life of a community resource person in rural Malawi. Travel village to village with Bridget, who works everyday to ensure everyone in her community is tested for HIV, and if found positive, begins treatment immediately and receives access to the support interventions to ensure successful treatment.
The Kyrgyzstan team introduced this new video at a roundtable event in July 2017 hosted by Project HOPE and the National Center for Tuberculosis under the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic. The event offered an opportunity to discuss the results of an innovative technologies in TB control program being piloted in Kyrgyzstan.
Thanks to your support, we reached nearly 1.2 million people with lifesaving health programs and trained over 100,000 health care workers in 2016.
"You give hope by enabling health workers to have the greatest impact on the health of the people they serve," Tom Kenyon, M.D., M.P.H., President and CEO.
The center will provide over 600 nurses a year with community-based rehabilitation training to help them assist patients with disabilities on the transition back into their communities.
We are excited to announce Project HOPE's Volunteer of the Year, Nurse Beryl Brooks, and our Global Partner Volunteer of the Year, Eli Lilly and Company Connecting Hearts Abroad Volunteers.
Representatives from 20 of Project HOPE’s program offices around the globe attended the 2017 Global Leadership Conference at HOPE headquarters in Millwood to address the world's most challenging health issues, The week included training and informational sessions covering topics such as emergency response and preparation, innovations in treatment adherence, working with volunteers, and the sharing of HOPE's successful lifesaving programs.
The most dangerous day for babies in poverty zones is the first day of life. And as they grow, the threats mount.
Rabih Torbay joined Project HOPE in February of 2017, playing a key role in advancing HOPE’s international development strategy and maximizing the impact of HOPE’s global health teams worldwide.
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