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- Rabih Torbay, President and Chief Executive Officer
- Chris Skopec, Executive Vice President
- Thomas Kenyon, M.D., M.P.H., Chief Health Officer
- Gail R. Wilensky, Ph.D., Senior Fellow
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HOPE in the News
- How COVID-19 has changed the rules of the game in the aid sector
January 25, 2021 – Al Jazeera
As we continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, conducting ‘business as usual’ in the aid sector can no longer be an option, writes Rabih Torbay, President and CEO of Project HOPE, in this op-ed. “As we continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, conducting “business as usual” in the aid sector can no longer be an option. In fact, it would be a betrayal to the people and communities we seek to help. We cannot keep using old tricks for new challenges. We have here a moment to seize and the current pandemic presents significant opportunities to accelerate change – one of them being a genuine investment in local and national capacities.”
- Earthquake hits already devastated Indonesia
January 22, 2021 – WORLD
“The people of Indonesia inspire the world community as an example of extraordinary resilience,” said Dr. Vlatko Uzevski, emergency response leader for the nonprofit Project HOPE, which is also responding in Sulawesi.
- How Companies Can Partner With Governments To Distribute COVID Vaccines Efficiently and Effectively
January 21, 2021 – Forbes
“Companies and organizations play a critical role in addressing public health and humanitarian crises by filling in gaps to strengthen response efforts led by governments and global donors. Their role as part of cross-sector solutions is more important than ever amidst the current pandemic and as we prepare to prevent future public health crises,” according to Chris Skopec, executive vice president of Project HOPE, the international humanitarian and relief organization.
- Tybee resident shares America’s good face, good heart through global Project HOPE
January 18, 2021 – Savannah Morning News
I visited Beryl to hear about her recent trip as a volunteer with Project HOPE COVID crisis team at the Northern Navajo Medical Center in Shiprock, New Mexico. She is there now, again, this time joined by her granddaughter who is a pre-med student. Beryl told me about a day when the neighboring Apache tribe came and did a healing dance outside the hospital all afternoon. “It was in honor of the health care workers and the sick people. It was a blessing and really cheered up the staff, who were working so hard.”
- Séisme en Indonésie: les pluies torrentielles compliquent les recherches
January 17, 2021 – Yahoo! France / AFP
“La situation en Indonésie relève de l’urgence”, a affirmé l’ONG Project HOPE. “Le Covid-19 complique encore la réponse.”
- 22 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About the COVID-19 Vaccine
January 15, 2021 – U.S. News & World Report
“There’s still much to be learned about this vaccine,” Kenyon says. “Are we sure it’s going to prevent transmission? That isn’t yet confirmed. There’s early evidence, at least for the Moderna vaccine, that it probably does. But you can still, potentially, be vaccinated and acquire COVID-19 asymptomatically and spread it to others. We don’t know yet.” Therefore, it’s important to continue to wear masks and practice social distancing even after you are vaccinated, in order to protect others.
- At virus tipping point, Lebanon imposes all-day curfew
January 14, 2021 – AP News
Still, Rabih Torbay, who heads Project HOPE, an international global health and humanitarian organization, said time is of essence and urged authorities to take any step that might help curb infections. “Every day that goes by the country is sliding further into the abyss,” he said.
- El enorme reto al que se enfrenta Biden para enderezar la caótica campaña de vacunación
January 9, 2021 – Univision
Entre los factores que determinarán la rapidez con la que volvemos a la normalidad se encuentra el ritmo de investigación de vacunas adicionales; la producción y distribución de vacunas y, lo más importante, la velocidad y el grado en que cubrimos a las poblaciones de mayor riesgo con las vacunas, incluidas dos dosis de las vacunas actuales, señala Tom Kenyon, Chief Health Officer en Project HOPE, una organización de salud global.
- Share This: 7 Ways to Support Nurses in 2021
January 8, 2021 – Daily Nurse
Give to Charities that Support Covid Frontliners: Project HOPE focuses primarily on providing PPE to health care workers, delivering training on how to care for COVID-19 patients, and deploying health care workers to medical facilities in need of additional staffing.
- 3 tips from nonprofit professionals on how to stay connected during deployment
January 7, 2021 – The Last Mile
goTenna’s CEO Daniela Perdomo sat down with leaders in the nonprofit sector to discuss “Navigating connectivity in the digital divide.” As someone who is currently deployed to Honduras on a cyclone disaster recovery relief mission, Tom Cotter, Directory of Emergency Response and Preparedness at Project HOPE, also had his fair share of satellite phone usage.
- How the COVID-19 Vaccines Are Providing Hope to a Hard-Hit Navajo Nation
January 4, 2021 – Healthline
Project HOPE has been helping out hard-hit areas across the nation from the start, Harley Jones, who is the program’s U.S. COVID-19 response leader, told Healthline. But the Navajo Nation created, in some ways, a unique set of challenges. “What’s happening in Navajo Nation is extremely similar to what is happening in minority and other underserved populations,” Jones said. What’s unique comes down to culture. “Cultural competency (when coming in to help a community) is very important,” Jones said.
- What vaccines mean for the return of travel
January 4, 2021 – National Geographic
“Vaccine hesitancy is a critical obstacle to overcome,” says Dr. Tom Kenyon, the chief health officer of Project HOPE, a global health and humanitarian relief organization, and a former director at U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). To get back to travel, the U.S. and the world need herd immunity, thought to be achieved when about 70 percent of the population has protective antibodies. Kenyon says, though, that “70 percent is an arbitrary figure, and there is no ‘off/on’ switch with herd immunity.”
- Here’s how to help those affected by the coronavirus pandemic
December 29, 2020 – CNBC Make It
For over 60 years, Project HOPE has worked to support local health-care workers. Now with the coronavirus pandemic, it’s focused on bringing protective gear for American doctors and nurses. Additionally, the organization has activated its global roster of medical volunteers to provide staff in hard-hit U.S. cities, including Chicago. The organization is also coordinating international efforts in high-risk countries like North Macedonia, Kosovo, Ethiopia, Indonesia and Colombia.
- 2 hurricanes in 2 weeks: Doctor gives firsthand account of devastation in Honduras
December 20, 2020 – NewsNation Now
NewsNation spoke to Dr. Vlatko Uzevski with Project HOPE. Uzevski is leading an emergency response team in Honduras. In his own words, Uzevski describes just how dire the situation is in Honduras: ““When you visit the affected areas, the first thing that that is coming to your eye, it’s the destruction and especially of the water system of the country. Also, it’s very visible landslides that you see around them, it damaged roads and bridges on the huge bridges on the rivers that are completely wiped out. So there are some communities that are completely cut off from the from the civilization.”
- Navajo Nation COVID vaccine roll-out begins as cases, deaths rise
December 17, 2020 – Al Jazeera
Harley Jones, the US COVID response lead for international health care NGO Project HOPE, whose team of volunteers is working at Shiprock, said one of his volunteer nurses is working 12-hour days, six days a week, in the intensive care unit at the Northern Navajo Medical Center. These healthcare professionals are working alongside others to help with COVID-19 testing and contact tracing, and in some cases, delivering food and medical supplies, Jones said.
- Unique holiday gift ideas that keep giving long after celebrations end
December 17, 2020 – Fox Business
Project HOPE works to alleviate the world’s shortage of health care workers by offering solutions on the front lines to combat critical health challenges. The organization is currently playing a vital role in helping to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, distributing more than 11 million pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE), providing training for more than 83,000 health workers and front-line personnel, and reaching more than 150 countries.
- Microchips and mandatory shots: Don’t fall for these coronavirus vaccine myths
December 16, 2020 – CNET
“COVID-19 is on track to become the leading infectious disease killer in the world in 2020, exceeding the annual number of deaths from HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria,” says Dr. Tom Kenyon, a former CDC director and Project HOPE’s chief health officer. “This is staggering.”
- How did we develop a COVID-19 vaccine so quickly?
December 15, 2020 – Medical News Today
According to Dr. Kenyon, misinformation surrounding mRNA vaccines stems from a concern that the vaccine infects people with the virus. “Nobody is getting infected with a COVID vaccine. It is only the surface protein that would be replicated because we have given you the messenger RNA. It is not the entire virus,” he explained.
- Coronavirus Vaccine Doesn’t Alter Winter Holiday Safety Guidance
December 15, 2020 – AARP
“The virus is everywhere. This is a very precarious time,” says Tom Kenyon, an epidemiologist, a former director of the CDC Center for Global Health and now the chief health officer for Project HOPE, a global health and humanitarian relief organization. “We know that at present, most transmission is actually happening from these small gatherings.”
- Even Disaster Veterans Are Stunned By What’s Happening In Honduras
December 14, 2020 – NPR
“The water system of the Santa Barbara department is 100% collapsed,” says Vlatko Uzevski, who arrived in Honduras last week from Macedonia to lead an emergency response team for Project HOPE. Helping set up temporary water distribution points is one of the things Project HOPE is working on in the area.
- How They Handled—Or Created—A Crisis In 2020: Here Are The New Members Of My Crisis Management Hall Of Fame
December 11, 2020 – Forbes
“For almost every emergency, there will be a corresponding health crisis,” according to Rabih Torbay, Project HOPE’s President and CEO. “The first minutes, hours and days of a response are critical to saving lives. Project HOPE works to support and provide resources for local health care workers worldwide–who are always the first responders–to implement solutions that are best for their specific communities and situations.”
- Climate Change Is Our Reality; Now Is The Time To Solve It
December 8, 2020 – Health Affairs
“The good news is that our greatest challenges are prime opportunities to drive and realize positive change. In a time in which much is broken, the chance to build back better is right before us. This is the time to make our most meaningful progress yet toward sustainable development goals. The hope for a better world lies in our resilience…” writes Rabih Torbay, President and CEO of Project HOPE.
- 8 coronavirus vaccine myths, debunked
December 7, 2020 – CNET
“It will take time, but to bring this pandemic to an end will require us all to unite and be vaccinated, as well as continue to follow recommendations from the scientists to wear a mask, keep a safe distance from others and to wash our hands,” says Dr. Tom Kenyon, a former CDC director and Project HOPE’s chief health officer.
- Health issues emerge as top concern among Nagorno-Karabakh refugees in Armenia
December 3, 2020 – Panorama Armenia
The armed conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh has forced several thousand people suffering from health issues out of their homes. Many displaced persons, who have taken refuge at transitional settlements across Armenia, are suffering from life-threatening health conditions and face inadequate access to health care services, according to an assessment conducted by Project HOPE.
- Navajo Nation again faces ‘major health care crisis,’ officials say
December 3, 2020 – The Washington Post
Harley Jones — who does emergency management with Project HOPE, which supplies extra frontline workers so others can take time off — said the Navajo Nation is now struggling to get enough healthcare providers and that “it’s not in the forefront of everyone’s mind that they need support.” He said the Navajos in particular are seeing “an extreme need for additional nurses” at their healthcare facilities.
- The hunt for Covid’s origins
December 3, 2020 – POLITICO
What we know about the WHO inquiry so far: The investigatory team includes 10 experts and will be split into two phases. “It’s really detective work. It requires tracking down the infected person and doing interviews to find out who or what that person was exposed to. And like in any detective work, the trail goes colder the longer it takes,” said Tom Kenyon, who’s now the chief health officer at Project HOPE.
- A guide to helping and getting help during the coronavirus crisis
December 2, 2020 – CNN
CNN’s Impact Your World has compiled a list of donation opportunities and tips to help those affected by the COVID-19 crisis, such as Project HOPE. This humanitarian NGO has mobilized teams in high-risk countries, to help support doctors and nurses on the front lines of the fight to save lives.
- America will be the first country to roll out a covid-19 vaccine
November 28, 2020 – The Economist
“Unlike many other countries, America has a more ‘passive’ approach to vaccination and is not used to doing big immunization campaigns,” says Tom Kenyon from Project HOPE, a health non-profit, who used to lead the CDC’s Global Health Program. “This works for childhood vaccination. But COVID-19 is different. Lots of mini vaccination drives to cover specific groups, such as frontline workers, will be crucial,” says Dr. Kenyon.
- Governments around the world weigh thorny question: Who gets the vaccine first?
November 27, 2020 – POLITICO
Demand for the coronavirus vaccine will outstrip supply, presenting a massive dilemma for governments, which must decide who gets the vaccine first or early, and who must wait. “You want to target the highest risk, because this will get you the biggest benefit,” said Tom Kenyon, a former director of CDC’s Center for Global Health, now chief health officer at the non-profit Project HOPE, who cited the example of truck drivers in Africa being identified as key spreaders of the virus.
- How Project HOPE Prepares For And Responds To Crisis Situations Around The World
November 23, 2020 – The Crisis Ahead Podcast
Rabih Torbay, President and CEO of Project HOPE, speaks with Forbes columnist Edward Segal to discuss how the international organization prepares for and responds to crisis situations around the world, and what others can learn their work. “Training health workers is critical. Because when a crisis happens it’s not us who responds to it, it’s the local health workers.”
- US provides $17M in humanitarian aid as Hurricane Iota death toll rises
November 22, 2020 – Fox News
Iota hammered parts of Central America and Columbia that were recently hit by Hurricane Eta. Footage tweeted by Hajer Naili, Media Relations Manager of the aid organization Project HOPE shows large numbers of people sheltering under a highway overpass in Colonia Sitraterco, Honduras.
- Pandemic Forces Family Thanksgiving Traditions to Online Platforms
November 20, 2020 – The Baltimore Times
As the holiday season approaches, the threat and spread of COVID-19 has increased at alarming rates. “It’s more important than ever to double down on personal safety and public health precautions,” said Dr. Tom Kenyon, Project HOPE’s Chief Health Officer. “As for Thanksgiving and gatherings, we have to keep reminding ourselves: Is this group dinner or holiday party worth risking someone’s life?”
- Iota devastates Nicaragua and Honduras; death toll rises
November 18, 2020 – Fox News
Hurricanes Eta and Iota are causing increased COVID-19 infections across the displaced populations. Fox News highlights how Project HOPE is responding and addressing additional long-term impacts such as other infectious diseases increasing. “This is a crisis of a level that we haven’t seen before,” said Andrea Dunne-Sosa, Project HOPE’s Regional Director for the Americas.
- Help Central America hurricane victims
November 17, 2020 – CNN
Hurricane Iota hit Central America as a Category 4 storm only two weeks after Hurricane Eta devastated countries such as Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala. CNN spotlights non-profit emergency relief efforts for communities affected by the hurricanes, including Project HOPE.
- Covid vaccine will test Biden’s global leadership
November 12, 2020 – POLITICO
The deep freeze required for Pfizer’s new coronavirus vaccine presents global obstacles. Dr. Tom Kenyon said that the global community also has to be educated and ready to receive the vaccine, and there must be enough health care workers to administer it – both of which can pose potential additional roadblocks.
- Utah declares state of emergency and orders residents to mask up amid Covid-19 case surge
November 9, 2020 – NBC News
As Pfizer raised hope for a new coronavirus vaccine, NBC News turned to Dr. Tom Kenyon to discuss who should receive the vaccine first – identifying doctors, nurses and frontline workers. That’s just the beginning as Dr. Kenyon said, “It will take time, but to bring this pandemic to an end will require us all to unite and be vaccinated.”
- Elliott Erwitt: ‘Photography is pretty simple. You just react to what you see’
November 9, 2020 – The Guardian
Elliott Erwitt has photographed some of the most notable moments of modern history. Now, he teamed up with the Project HOPE and philanthropy firm Phil Ropy for a campaign that turns one of Erwitt’s photographs into a digital collectible card to raise awareness about providing personal protective equipment to healthcare workers around the world.
- Covid set to cause 400,000 surge in TB deaths as medics diverted
November 8, 2020 – The Guardian
Millions of missed diagnoses will add to global pandemic toll, warns WHO study. Dr. Tom Kenyon discusses the deaths that will be caused indirectly by COVID-19: “It was obviously crucial that we tackle the pandemic but we cannot forget that we have other killers in our midst. We are going to have to be innovative in addressing them.”
- For second straight day, U.S. Covid cases reach new high
October 23, 2020 – NBC News
The U.S. is setting daily records for coronavirus cases, and pandemic fatigue is setting in. Dr. Tom Kenyon advises that it’s not too late for us to change the course of the pandemic by following simple safety precautions.
- 3 Ways to Ensure Your Crisis Management and Communication Plans Will Work
October 12, 2020 – Forbes
What effect has the coronavirus crisis had in convincing companies to prepare for the next crisis — or how to survive this ongoing national public health emergency? Rabih Torbay, President and CEO of Project HOPE, shared how to create and implement an effective crisis plan.
- Health Care Workers in Remote Regions Get Access to Free Online Coronavirus Training
September 23, 2020 – ABC7’s The Denver Channel
Project HOPE was already on the ground in Wuhan, China when the initial COVID-19 outbreak occurred. As the virus started spreading, HOPE realized they not only needed more people to be trained, but they needed to reach more people around the world.
- Project HOPE and how you can support relief efforts in Lebanon
August 14, 2020 – WJLA’s Good Morning Washington
It’s been 10 days since two explosions devastated the capital of Lebanon. Rabih Torbay, President and CEO of Project HOPE, just returned from Beirut on an emergency response mission. He shared how you can help relief efforts.
- Everything You Need to Protect Yourself (and Others) From COVID-19 on Campus
August 12, 2020 – New York Magazine
We spoke with doctors, public-health experts, and education professionals to find out exactly what college kids will need to protect themselves — and others — on campus. Project HOPE’s Tom Cotter weighs in.
- In Beirut, humanitarian responders confront layers of disaster
August 10, 2020 – Devex
The humanitarian response to the deadly explosion in Beirut last week is complicated by preexisting economic instability and rising levels of food insecurity in Lebanon. Project HOPE is responding a bit differently, as “large teams on a moment’s notice is not really practical anymore.”
- Europe Sees Rise in COVID-19 After Reopening
August 6, 2020 – Healthline
“Many countries seeing an uptick in cases likely reopened much too soon, and many individuals relaxed their efforts to follow public health recommendations,” Chris Skopec said. “But this is not unique to Europe, as evidenced by case numbers in the U.S., Australia, Japan, and other countries.”
- Houston, Miami, other cities face mounting health care worker shortages as infections climb
July 25, 2020 – The Washington Post
At Harris Health System in Houston, 162 staff members — including more than 50 nurses — are quarantined, either because they tested positive or are awaiting results. Harris Health turned to the state and the international nonprofit Project HOPE for resources.
- 5 Ways You Can Support Healthcare Workers on the Front Lines of COVID-19
July 19, 2020 – Popsugar
Healthcare workers are always in need of personal protective equipment. Several organizations accept monetary donations that help get frontline healthcare professionals necessary equipment, including Project HOPE.
- Hundreds of nurses pour into Texas to help fight second COVID surge
July 10, 2020 – The Houston Chronicle
Harris Health System is working with a temp agency but has also turned to nonprofit Project HOPE, which provides medical professionals from across the country to places facing medical crises.
- Avril Lavigne And Sarah McLachlan Both Perform During Virtual Canada Day Celebrations
July 1, 2020 – Entertainment Tonight Canada
The Canadian songstress Avril Lavigne performed her new hit “We Are Warriors” which was released to support Project HOPE and its COVID-19 relief efforts. Lavigne first released the song at the end of April and collaborated with nurses, doctors and more for the official music video.
- How to Watch the ‘Lord of the Rings’ Reunion
May 30, 2020 – Lifehacker
In each episode of ‘Reunited Apart’, Josh Gad raises money for a COVID-19-related charity. Previous organizations have included Project HOPE, a global health and humanitarian relief organization.
- How I’m Living How: Josh Gad, Actor, Writer and Producer
May 19, 2020 – The Hollywood Reporter
The star, who is in preproduction on multiple projects and recording voice work from home, talks virtual pitch meetings, overhauling his carefully planned shooting schedule and launching web series ‘Reunited Apart.’
- Thomas Wilson Reprises ‘Back to the Future’ Villain Biff Tannen
May 14, 2020 – The Hollywood Reporter
The character called in to a supplemental episode of Josh Gad’s ‘Reunited Apart’ for a surprise appearance.
- Nurses Day: How to honor the health care workers
May 12, 2020 – CNN
International Nurses Day is celebrated May 12, marking the birthday of Florence Nightingale. Nurses are at the forefront of fighting the coronavirus pandemic. So how can you help?
- The Back To The Future Reunion Is Wildly Entertaining And For A Great Cause
May 11, 2020 – GameSpot
Josh Gad’s new series is a fundraiser for Project HOPE, which delivers masks and protective equipment to health workers on the front line of the pandemic.
- Back to the Future cast reunite from coronavirus quarantine to relive classic moments
May 11, 2020 – USA Today
The stars of the hit ’80s film series reunited virtually on Monday — nearly 35 years since the first film hit theaters — to reminisce while raising money for Project HOPE’s coronavirus relief efforts.
- Back to the Future Cast Reunites for Josh Gad’s Retro Series Fundraiser
May 11, 2020 – The Hollywood Reporter
The cast of Back to the Future reunited for an online video, a second in a series of fundraising projects spearheaded by Josh Gad, dubbed Reunited Apart.
- Back To The Future cast members getting back together for Josh Gad’s ‘Reunited Apart’ YouTube series
May 6, 2020 – NY Daily News
Josh Gad, best-known as the voice of Olaf the snowman in Frozen, has been using the Reunited Apart episodes as an effort to raise money for a COVID-19 charity. The Back To The Future special will support Project HOPE.
- Avril Lavigne honoring frontline workers with new music video ‘We Are Warriors’
May 1, 2020 – CNN
Avril Lavigne re-recorded her single “Warrior” off her Head Above Water album, and net proceeds from the song and new music video go to Project HOPE, which is providing support to health care workers around the world.
- Here’s How Celebs Are Helping Out During the Coronavirus Pandemic
May 1, 2020 – Billboard
Ricky Martin has launched a new campaign to help health care workers save lives across the globe through the nonprofit organization Project HOPE.
- Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher send planeload of PPE to UK frontline workers
April 29, 2020 – Page Six
Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher quietly partnered with Salesforce mogul Marc Benioff to donate a planeload of PPE supplies to front-line medical workers in the UK, and Cohen is also working with Project HOPE in the US..
- Did Trump ship 17 tons of ‘American’ masks and medical supplies to China?
April 22, 2020 – Washington Post
These were actually donations by private charities and public companies for Project HOPE, an international health-care organization that has been operating in Wuhan for a quarter-century and helped establish a nursing school there.
- Avril Lavigne Announces New Re-Recorded Single ‘We Are Warriors’ To Honour ‘Heroic’ Frontline Workers
April 22, 2020 – msn.com
Avril Lavigne reveals she’ll be donating profits from the single to Project Hope, “an incredible organization that is on the front lines keeping doctors and medical staff safe all over the world.”
- Ricky Martin launches campaign to keep health workers safe amid coronavirus
March 23, 2020 – Billboard
Puerto Rican superstar Ricky Martin launched a campaign to help health care workers save lives across the globe, in partnership with Project HOPE.
- Coronavirus: Africa has few cases so far but ‘it’s just a matter of time’ before major outbreak
March 13, 2020 – South China Morning Post and POLITICO
Project HOPE chief health officer and former director of US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Center for Global Health Thomas Kenyon discussed the threat Africa faces from coronavirus.
- Coronavirus coverage elbows aside disease-awareness pushes
March 9, 2020 – MM&M
With many health awareness efforts in March, COVID-19 still dominated headlines. Cinira Baldi, VP and chief communications officer at Project HOPE, talked with MM&M about what that means for non-profit messaging strategies.
- So you’ve been asked to self-quarantine. Here’s what you should know.
March 9, 2020 – Washington Post
Project HOPE director of emergency response and preparedness Tom Cotter advises on how to prepare for a quarantine.
- China coronavirus public health response was ‘unprecedented’ in scale: Expert
March 4, 2020 – Fox Business
Project HOPE executive vice president Chris Skopec discusses Project HOPE’s efforts to fight coronavirus on the ground in China.
- Mike Pompeo and Alex Azar: Our coronavirus response is protecting Americans
February 11, 2020 – USA Today
While the State Department managed the logistics, the donations themselves were provided by American organizations and coordinated by a nongovernmental organization called Project HOPE
- Coronavirus: UPS airlifts masks and protective equipment
January 31, 2020 – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
UPS is airlifting supplies of respirator masks and protective gear to Project HOPE’s team in China for distribution to healthcare workers amid the coronavirus outbreak.