Project HOPE has been working in communities throughout the Americas since 1962, when the SS HOPE first docked in Peru.  HOPE's long-term programs have ranged from the development of programs on basic health training for mothers to major infrastructure reform and humanitarian assistance in times of natural disaster.

Project HOPE programs are developed in partnership with local counterparts to meet the particular demands of the communities within local constraints and culture.

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