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
The 5,000-Mile Journey
Amid pandemic fallout, climate change, and growing instability, growing numbers of migrants are risking their lives on the northward journey to reach the United States. Project HOPE is working closely with local partners to provide care along the way.
5 Things to Know About What’s Happening in Haiti
Haiti is facing a number of serious challenges to health and safety, including a recent outbreak of cholera. Learn more about what’s happening and what Project HOPE is doing to help.
Project HOPE Launches Cholera Response in Haiti
Project HOPE is responding to the deadly spread of cholera in Haiti with medical surge staff, medicines, medical supplies, sanitation interventions, community health workers, and more.
Photos: The Journey Venezuela’s Mothers Endure
More than 6 million Venezuelans have migrated from their country due to years of humanitarian crisis. Among them are large numbers of pregnant women and mothers, many of whom have made the grueling trip alone. See how Project HOPE is providing care, and community, across the border in Colombia.