Project HOPE’s programs in the Americas address the most pressing health problems in the region, including maternal and neonatal mortality, diabetes, natural disasters, and health emergencies.
Project HOPE in Americas
What's New in Americas
On the Ground: A Path to Maternal Care at the Venezuela Border
Visit the Colombia-Venezuela border, where Project HOPE is working inside communities and health centers to connect Venezuelan women and girls to essential care.
How Yerika Found Prenatal Care at Her Doorstep
In a rural neighborhood of the Dominican Republic, an expectant mother prepares for her first child with the help of a community health worker and Project HOPE.
Hurricane Idalia: Project HOPE’s Response
Project HOPE’s Emergency Response Team deployed in the aftermath of Hurricane Idalia to deliver hygiene items and other essential supplies to protect the health needs of affected communities.
Hurricane Idalia: Project HOPE Deploying Assessment Team
As Hurricane Idalia continues to move through Florida as a strong Category 3 hurricane, Project HOPE is deploying an assessment team to the affected regions of Florida to understand where the greatest needs are.
Day in the Life: Dr. Regine Necessaire, Haiti
Come alongside Project HOPE's site lead in southern Haiti to see what it's like organizing a humanitarian response to strengthen the nation’s health system.