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Project HOPE employs evidence-based strategies to produce sustainable improvements in the health of women and children around the world. By employing a two pronged approach of working at the facility and community levels, Project HOPE’s training reaches health care workers, women, husbands, grandparents and community health workers. This life saving information shared during trainings contributes to reductions in maternal, neonatal and child mortality worldwide. The successful implementations of our health education and humanitarian assistance programs have been highlighted in journal articles, applied in case studies, presented at international global health conferences and developed into posters and other materials that demonstrate our program results. Check out some examples below.

  • American Public Health Association  2008 Poster: Reaching Teens with Adolescent Friendly Reproductive Health Services in Navoi, Uzbekistan

  • Case studies from the NGO community across Asia: Strengthening the impact of Asia’s NGO community Non-Governmental Organizations working in Asia were invited by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to share case studies and associated posters describing a program or initiative that was an “Innovative Approach to Immunization”. Project HOPE’s case study: “Multisectorial Approaches to Increasing Immunization Rates: Saving Lives by Promoting Health and Improving the Quality of Care in Aceh Province, Indonesia” was accepted for presentation at the NGO Consultation Meeting, held February 2009, in Manila, Philippines, as well as for publication. Read More
  • Uzbekistan - Reaching out to youth: Youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services through schools, clinics and communities. By implementing an integrated adolescent health component within its child survival project in Navoi, Uzbekistan, Project HOPE has improved reproductive health awareness and education among youth in Uzbekistan. Read More