Inhumane Attacks on Displaced Families in Gaza



Strengthening local health systems and addressing health disparities related to maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS, noncommunicable diseases, and humanitarian response

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Project HOPE began working in Africa in the mid-1960s when the SS HOPE deployed to the coast of Guinea. In 1984, we launched our first health program in-country focused on revamping nursing education in Swaziland. By 1990, our work in Africa expanded to Malawi to improve child survival, beginning our decades-long work to improve maternal and child health. We have since worked across the continent to expand access to care and treatment for underserved populations; build health worker capacity; improve screening, diagnosis, and management of diseases; and respond to crises.

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Help us address urgent need in Sudan

In April 2023, violent conflict erupted in Sudan between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces. The violence has devastated the country in the months since, claiming the lives of more than 1,200 people and injuring over 8,300. At least 5.5 million people have been displaced.

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