Since March 2022, Project HOPE's team in Ukraine has been responding to the complex health and humanitarian needs brought on by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Project HOPE's work in Ukraine began in the 2000's with a focus on HIV prevention, improving tuberculosis care, and strengthening the Ukrainian health system.
What's New in Ukraine
Project HOPE Opens a New Health Clinic in Ukraine
On August 28, Project HOPE – the global health and humanitarian organization – celebrated the opening of a new outpatient health clinic in the previously occupied village of Zahatlsi in the Kyiv region, which will serve 5,000 people from the surrounding region.
Day in the Life: Natalia, Ukraine
Come alongside one of Project HOPE's program officers in Kherson, Ukraine to see what it's like living inside one of the most severe humanitarian crises on earth.
On the Ground: Inside the Flooded Homes of Kherson
The June 6 destruction of the Kakhovka Dam in Ukraine was a catastrophic turn in the war for Ukrainians in the region. Project HOPE visited residents to see the devastation firsthand.
In Kherson, ‘Water Is Worth Its Weight in Gold’
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has compromised one of the most essential building blocks of health: clean water. With support from USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance, Project HOPE is bringing it back.