For more than 30 years, Project HOPE has been helping the people of Eastern Europe and Eurasia by training health care providers, delivering health education to the public and providing humanitarian assistance in areas of need.
Among its many accomplishments in this region, Project HOPE has trained over 3,500 health care providers in the latest approaches to health care management, participated in the development and implementation of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis programs and established a multi-country strategic medical re-supply program. HOPE also helped develop the Polish American Children’s Hospital, now University Children's Hospital of Krakow, a regional leader in the care of children.
An emotional account of how Project HOPE's donations of medicine for Cystic Fibrosis are helping a young girl and her family in Kosovo.
Representatives of Kazakhstan’s ministries and government agencies met with counterparts from Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan to address Migration and Tuberculosis.
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