Kindergarten Rehabilitation in Borodianka, Ukraine
Project HOPE Celebrates the Symbolic Reopening of Pinocchio Kindergarten Following Destruction
Project HOPE Calls for Global Humanitarian Aid in Supplemental Funding
Project HOPE urges Congress to urgently provide the additional $10 billion in supplemental funding for global humanitarian assistance, including to Ukraine, Gaza, and the West Bank.
People in Türkiye and Syria Continue the Path of Recovery One Year…
Today marks one year since two deadly earthquakes struck Türkiye and northwest Syria, killing over 55,000 people, damaging critical civilian infrastructure, and displacing 3.3 million people. Project HOPE deployed an emergency response team within hours of the first earthquake and has maintained a long-term presence in the region with an office in Gaziantep, Türkiye and continued collaboration with partners in Syria.
Dr. Uche Ralph-Opara Named Chief Health Officer
Dr. Ralph-Opara to Oversee Health Programs Across the Globe
Partnership with the Swiss Agency for Development & Cooperation…
Project HOPE is proud to partner with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation to improve healthcare services in conflict-affected areas of Ukraine through the "Enhanced access of vulnerable populations to healthcare services in conflict-affected areas of Ukraine" project.
Joint News Alert: Conflict in Sudan Pushes Health System to its…
As violence enters its tenth month, Sudan’s health care system has reached its breaking point.
Dr. Tom Kenyon Retires After 40 Years of Global Health Service
Dr. Kenyon will continue supporting Project HOPE as a Senior Fellow and Director Emeritus
After Two Years, Ukrainians Are Still Standing
Ukraine’s people have endured two years of unending devastation. Project HOPE is committed to standing alongside them as long as the need persists.
In Sierra Leone, Health Workers Spark Long-Term Transformation
Project HOPE is working across the health system in Sierra Leone to build long-term solutions for mothers, infants, and health workers determined to lower the country’s high rates of maternal and neonatal mortality.