In the Dominican Republic, Project HOPE works to improve maternal and child health outcomes, reduce neonatal mortality and address emerging health needs.
Project HOPE in Dominican Republic
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How Project HOPE is Saving Mothers and their Babies in the Dominican Republic
Though health care is readily available for its 10.4 million residents, the Caribbean’s second-most populous country also has the second-highest neonatal mortality rate in the region. With contributions from Project HOPE’s health workers, obstetric patients in the Dominican Republic are learning to find support and guidance from their doctors as well as their neighbors.
IDAC y Project HOPE estrechan lazos de cooperación
With the objective of strengthening relationships and contributing to the development of the health network and responding to disasters in the Dominican Republic, the president of Project HOPE, Rabih Torbay, visited the country.
El IDAC y Project Hope refuerzan acuerdos cooperación para respuesta a emergencias
The Instituto Dominicano de Aviación Civil (IDAC) and Project HOPE, represented by the deputy general manager from the state organization, Santa Rosa Martínez, and the president of the non-profit organization, Rabih Torbay, work on an agreement to strengthen programmes of cooperation that have been carried out these past few years.
FARMACIA SNS y Project HOPE unen esfuerzos para reducir la mortalidad materno neonatal
The executive director of the Servicio Nacional de Salud (SNS) on Tuesday thanked Project HOPE for its contribution to infrastructure, teams and education valued at 400 thousand dollars for work done in the maternal wing of Renée Klang de Guzmán de Santiago, and for the joint efforts of both institutions to reduce neonatal infant mortalities.