Throughout Africa, Project HOPE addresses pressing health challenges aiming to reduce maternal and child mortality and the burdens of HIV/AIDS, TB, diabetes and hypertension.
Project HOPE in Africa
What's New in Africa
Photos: In Namibia, a Mask Can Build a Future
For young women in Project HOPE’s DREAMS program, masks aren’t just a tool to slow COVID-19 — they’re the first step to a more secure future.
In Malawi, a Single Mother Fights to Save Her Son’s Life
When her son's health started fading, Rose had no choice but to carry him 10 miles to reach the closest hospital. Now, with help from HOPE, they are taking steps toward a healthier future.
COVID-19 Pandemic: How Project HOPE is Responding
Get the latest about Project HOPE's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Photo Essay: The Dream That Drives Linda
In Malawi, Project HOPE is empowering young women to take control of their lives —and find a network of support to build a healthier future for their families.
From the Field: In Malawi, Transformation Doesn’t Happen Alone
Project HOPE’s work in Malawi is helping people with HIV access the care and support they need — but it’s also transforming entire communities, from the ground up.
Giving HOPE to the Hopeless: Snapshots from Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone is a country of rich natural beauty, but it is also one wrought by natural disasters, political instability and health crises — a country where having a safe pregnancy and raising a healthy baby is more challenging than it should be.