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On a recent visit to the Shanghai Children's Medical Center, we met with some young patients and families, including a 5-year-old girl awaiting heart surgery. As we said our goodbyes, the young girl treated us to a traditional Chinese children's song, complete with graceful hand motions and a bow to end the performance. Enjoy the video.
Reporter Steve Norman of Voice of America Interviews Project HOPE Diabetes Specialist Charlotte Block on "Diabetes in the Developing World and Efforts by Project HOPE To Combat This Deadly Epidemic." Interview Aired on November 14, 2011, World Diabetes Day.
This humanitarian assistance program provides medicines, vaccines, and medical supplies in order to improve health services in Macedonia during its difficult transition of the health system to meet global health care standards. By providing medicine and medical supplies valued at $20 million, Project HOPE is helping the Ministry of Health and hospitals increase budget savings and improve the availability of appropriate medicines and medical supplies for Macedonians.
Project HOPE has improved the quality of life of 14,500 women and 10,500 children in Peru through a combined microcredit and health education program known as a Village Health Bank, providing over $5,000,000 in loans.
Pasquale Iannino, video journalist and founder of Rockit Projects Inc., traveled with Project HOPE volunteers to Guyana and Suriname in October of 2010 as part of Continuing Promise 2010. He created this video for Project HOPE which won a 2011 Telly Award.
Project HOPE sent volunteers aboard the USS Cleveland as part of the second rotation of the Pacific Partnership 2011. This is Project HOPE's 22nd mission in the past six years in partnership with the U.S Navy and Department of Defense. The second rotation of volunteers provided care, health education and humanitarian assistance in Papua New Guinea. Video by volunteer Kris Radder.
Project HOPE sent seven volunteers aboard the USS Cleveland as part of the first rotation of the Pacific Partnership 2011. This was 22nd mission in the past six years in partnership with the U.S Navy and Department of Defense. The first rotation of volunteers provided care, health education and humanitarian assistance in Tonga and Vanuatu. Video by volunteer Kris Radder.
Opened in 2010, the Basrah Children's Hospital represents the first hospital constructed in Iraq since the 1980s.The hospital is providing Basrah and the southern governorates with high-impact children's health services with an oncology focus. Project HOPE has the responsibility for medically equipping the hospital and training the hospital staff.
Children at the Francisco Madero Public Elementary School in Mexico participate in Project HOPE's Healthy Habits for a Healthy Weight Program. 25 schools now participate in the program which has reached 4,000 third graders over the past four years.
Project HOPE is promoting awareness about diabetes, pre-diabetes and gestational diabetes among women in Mexico.
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