In Kosovo, Project HOPE is empowering health workers to improve the quality of care for the nation’s most vulnerable — its mothers, newborns, and children.
What's New in Kosovo
HOPE for Young Girl with Cystic Fibrosis
An emotional account of how Project HOPE's donations of medicine for Cystic Fibrosis are helping a young girl and her family in Kosovo.
Project HOPE and North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Announce 2016 Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency Scholars
Dr. Ketan Nadkarni will be serving at one of Project HOPE’s program sites in Shanghai and Dr. Krishna Aluri will be working at the NGO’s program site in Kosovo.
Volunteer Works to Improve Quality of Maternal and Newborn Care in Kosovo
Project HOPE volunteer Patti Nicks spent five weeks in University Hospital in Pristina, Kosovo working to improve the quality of care in the labor and delivery ward, where there is a great need for improvement.
Project HOPE’s Strategic Medical Re-Supply Program Improves Health Care Across Eastern Europe by Providing Quality Medicines And Saving Health Authorities Millions in Costs
Dr. Howe will elaborate on the impact of the SMRP at a joint press conference with Macedonia’s Deputy Minister of Health, Jovica Andovski, on Thursday at the Hotel Aleksandar Palace in the capital, Skopje.
Helping Donated Medicines Go Further to Bettering Health
I ended my visit in Macedonia, a country where HOPE’s Strategic Medical Resupply Program is helping health systems leverage donated medicines to go even further.