In Namibia, Project HOPE is working to mitigate the impact of HIV through ensuring access to quality health care for vulnerable populations.
Project HOPE in Namibia
What's New in Namibia
The Selfless Journey of 10,000 Steps
Nora is a great-grandmother who lives outside a remote village in Namibia. Nearly blind and infected with HIV, her commitment to her family never wanes – especially for the children orphaned at her doorstep.
Health Workers Offer HOPE to Families in Settlements
Project HOPE works around the world to support and implement health care programs that literally change the perspective and direction of lives – for children, teenagers, mothers, families and communities.
Project HOPE Marks World AIDS Day by Highlighting Pioneering Program to Support Teens with HIV in Namibia
World Leaders Must Cement Political Commitment to Fight TB
The WHO estimates that a quarter of people in the world have latent tuberculosis – which means they have been infected with the TB bacteria but have not yet developed the disease.