Enjoy our library of videos depicting HOPE's work around the world.
Marco Antonio Suazo, Project HOPE's Country Director for Honduras, speaks about the empowering impact of HOPE's Village Savings Bank program.
Lily Hsu, Project HOPE's Country Representative in China speaks about the importance of pediatric cancer training in China.
Lisa Peterson, Project HOPE's TB/HIV Advisor in Namibia, describes the power of women helping women and their communities with lifesaving health education and a Village Savings and Loans program.
Colin Credle, Project HOPE's Regional Logistics and Humanitarian Assistance Manager talks about HOPE's lifesaving medicine donation program.
Amina Tajú, Project HOPE's Community Livelihoods Program Officer describes the community impact of HOPE's Savings and Loans program in Mozambique.
Jamilya Ismoilova, Project HOPE 's Deputy Program Manager Tajikistan discusses HOPE's successful TB program in Central Asia and its impact on individual lives.
Tom Mohr, HOPE's Deputy Chief of Party in Kazakhstan, discusses our successful TB program in Central Asia.
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Esther Kooiman, a Registered Nurse, who served on SS HOPE missions to Ceylon and Tunisia discusses the human need of caring for other people and HOPE's practice of health education as a legacy to improving global health.
Dr. Joanne Jene is an Anesthesiologist who served on SS HOPE missions to Ecuador, Guinea, Ceylon, Brazil, and land-based missions to China and Granada. In this video, she talks about how the world is getting smaller, and health care and medicine is a universal language.
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