Project HOPE Calls for Immediate Approval of Supplementary Aid for…
Project HOPE urges Congress to approve the White House’s request for more than $10 billion in supplementary funding for global humanitarian assistance, including to Gaza, Israel, Haiti, and Ukraine before the end of 2023.
Project HOPE Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Israel-Hamas Conflict
Project HOPE condemns attacks on civilians in Israel and Gaza and is calling for an immediate ceasefire.
Photographer in Gaza: “Nowhere and No One is Safe Here”
"It is a complete disaster everywhere in Gaza right now. Electricity and internet could be cut off at any time. The loss of life is unfathomable. Entire families have been killed as they shelter in their homes, schools, and hospitals. Nowhere and no one is safe here. Children remain resilient but they are experiencing trauma that will haunt them for the rest of their lives."
Project HOPE Condemns Bombing of Gaza Hospital
Statement from Project HOPE’s CEO & President, Rabih Torbay
Project HOPE Responds to the Israel-Gaza Conflict
Organization Joins Calls for Humanitarian Access to Gaza to Prevent Further Loss of Civilian Life
Project HOPE Statement on Conflict in Israel and in Gaza
At Project HOPE, we are deeply shaken by the horrors of the violence in Israel and in Gaza. Read more in our statement below.
5 Ways the Climate Emergency Impacts Our Health
From rising temperatures to increased rates of disease, the climate emergency has a direct impact on our health. Here are five things to know about the threat climate change poses — and the risks we’ll face if more action isn’t taken.
The Future for PEPFAR and U.S. Leadership in Global Health
The reauthorization of PEPFAR is essential to ensure we meet the global goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
How Common Is Violence Against Women and Girls?
Gender-based violence is one of the most widespread human rights violations in the world. Here are some of the greatest GBV challenges that Project HOPE team members and local partners see in their communities, and how we’re addressing the global pandemic of violence against women and girls.