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- Hurricane Ida Leaves Thousands of Louisianans in Need of Urgent Support & Medical Care
- Hurricane Ida Reaches Gulf Coast
- Rise of COVID-19 Cases Threatens Bahamas’ Reconstruction Two Years After Hurricane Dorian
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- Widespread Health Impacts Imminent After Haiti’s 7.2-Magnitude Earthquake Leaves Parts of the Island in Ruins
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Project HOPE in the News
Haiti needs our support, even after the headlines have stopped
September 6, 2021 – Metro UK
“During our first days assisting at a rural health clinic, where we were helping a local Haitian medical team, a pregnant woman walked up to us, supporting her heaving stomach with her hand, saying, ‘I cannot hold anymore,’” writes Tom Cotter and Cora Nally, Project HOPE’s Emergency Response Team for Haiti in this commentary.
St. Pete nonprofit helps fly medical professionals to Louisiana to help hurricane victims
September 2, 2021 – ABC Action News
“We’ve got 10 medical professionals from across the country. We’ve got a nurse practitioner from Boston, we’ve got a physician’s assistant from Colorado, Vermont, Maine, Utah, we’ve got folks from all over. They’re professionals in their field. We’ve got doctors, physician’s assistants, nurse practitioners,” said Harley Jones, Senior Program Manager for Domestic Emergency Response for Project HOPE. Project HOPE is another nonprofit, focused on providing equitable healthcare for people around the world. They worked closely with Sol Relief to get help to people in Louisiana, just days after Hurricane Ida made landfall.