Project HOPE is building public health capacity in India to improve quality care services for mothers, newborns and children and for people with noncommunicable diseases.
What's New in India
World Diabetes Day 2018: Spotlight on India
Noncommunicable diseases are increasing at an alarming rate in both rural and urban India, with long-term consequences on the nation’s health and finances.
380 Creative Thinkers Felicitated
A national consultation was held to felicitate creative thinking for NCD implementation in the country and prioritise actions fro effective implementation was held on Friday in the capital.
Diabetes is the Global Crisis
Since 1998, Project HOPE has been has been addressing the global explosion of diabetes. Expanding diabetes education which includes dynamic promotion of healthy lifestyle choices to health care professionals in places like India, China, Africa, Latin America and the United States is key to reversing the deadly epidemic of diabetes. Help HOPE in the global diabetes fight.
Investing Deeper, Testing Courage
Cathy Dunwody volunteered with Project HOPE in India for three months as a Pfizer Global Health Fellow (GHF), partnering with Project HOPE SEA (South East Asia).
Meet Our Staff: Cheena Malhotra
Cheena Malhotra aims to provide a more skilled health care workforce in India.