In North Macedonia, Project HOPE is empowering health workers with the training, medicines, and supplies needed to be able to better care for the country’s mothers, newborns, and children.
What's New in North Macedonia
COVID-19 Pandemic: How Project HOPE is Responding
Get the latest about Project HOPE's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saving Babies in Macedonia
Project HOPE is making a major commitment to increase the survival chances of premature babies and improve perinatal care in Macedonia with donated equipment.
Caring for Babies Using Life Saving Equipment and Training
Because of Macedonia's high infant mortality, Project HOPE e.V. Germany has launched an ambitious project to save newborn lives.
Forever Grateful in Macedonia
HOPE volunteer Kylee Nelson served at the University Clinical Center for Pediatrics in Macedonia providing training to nurses.
Where Will These People Go?
In 1999, the war in Kosovo forced 7-year-old Krenare Jashari‘s family to leave their home and become refugees in Macedonia. Nearly 17 years later, Krenare returned to Macedonia, this time to help others now caught up in the largest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II.