Project HOPE works with the Federal Ministry of Health in Ethiopia to strengthen health service delivery and improve health across the country.
What's New in Ethiopia
With Treatment, A Father’s Life is Renewed after HIV and TB Diagnosis
Adunga knew his wife was HIV-positive, but thought he was immune because of his blood type. His health deteriorated to the brink of death, almost leaving his children fatherless. Then Project HOPE stepped in.
Mothers Make The World Go ‘Round
Every day, our work impacts the lives of countless mothers around the world. Meet a few of the women who particularly inspire us and learn more about how they make their worlds go ‘round.
A Beacon of HOPE in Ethiopia
40-year-old Aman has emerged as a beacon of hope for his small Ethiopian community. Among his family, his coworkers, his classmates and his community, his positivity shines brightly in the shadow of the positive HIV diagnosis he received just a year ago.
How Door-to-Door HIV Testing in Ethiopia Saved a Life
In Ethiopia, women between the ages of 15 and 49 are almost twice as likely to contract HIV as males in the same age group. With the help of health workers, trained by Project HOPE, traveling door-to-door, one woman decided not to let her diagnosis – or a series of personal tragedies – define her.