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.
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No Greater Honor
After Project HOPE volunteers help save mother and baby's lives, Sierra Leone family names newborn son after Project HOPE's President and CEO, Dr. Tom Kenyon.
Baby Morie, a 5-month-old baby girl in Bo District Hospital, had been crying nonstop for two days. Project HOPE volunteers intervened to save her life.
Project HOPE Warns of Growing Health Crisis as Famine Threatens Nigeria
Project HOPE says the health and survival of millions of women and children are at stake as famine looms in Nigeria.
With a Little HOPE, a Baby Can Thrive
But with the nurturing and care of Project HOPE volunteers, Baby Tom and his young mother grew strong and were able to return to their home soon after the birth.
Eli Lilly Volunteers Support HOPE Centre in South Africa
Project HOPE’s HOPE Centre clinic in South Africa once again benefited from the expertise of Eli Lilly’s Connecting Hearts Abroad volunteer program.
World AIDS Day: A Rallying Call to End AIDS in Namibia By 2030
The consensus among delegates here is that if we are going to stop the epidemic in Namibia we will need to increase efforts and investments because aside from the challenges of starting in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Namibia, finishing the fight is most difficult part of this massive and complex effort.