Enjoy our library of videos depicting HOPE's work around the world.
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.
Debbie Reister is a Registered Health Administrator who worked for Project HOPE in Egypt, Eastern Europe, Grenada and at HOPE headquarters. In this video she recalls her inspiration to become a HOPIE.
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.
Carol Fredriksen served on SS HOPE missions to Tunisia, Jamaica, Brazil, Ethiopia, and Egypt. She also worked at HOPE Center in Millwood. In this special HOPE is Alive video series, Carol discusses the Project HOPE's longtime philosophy of “helping others help themselves.”
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Listen as VOA news correspondent Steve Norman talks to to Project HOPE's Senior Director, Infectious Diseases, Dr. Christine Whalen about the "The missed 3 million."
2012 American Idol Finalist, Jeremy Rosado, releases new song, "Hope for Tomorrow" to benefit Project HOPE's work in Philippines. For every $1.29 download on iTunes, 50 cents will support Project HOPE's work.
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