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
Project HOPE Team Responds to Local Health Needs from Hurricane Harvey
Project HOPE has deployed an expert team to respond to the health needs that are increasing by the hour in Texas as the state’s flood-damaged health system tries to cope with the impact of massive flooding that has inundated vast residential areas.
Project HOPE Responds to Devastating Impact of Hurricane Harvey
As the full scale of Hurricane Harvey becomes clear, Project HOPE is responding to the devastating impact of the disaster in Texas, which has left tens of thousands homeless and caused historic floods that have damaged health systems in some of the state’s key cities and residential areas.
5 Steps Program Yields Success in Mexico
Project HOPE staff on a recent visit to Los Reyes Ixtacala, Mexico encountered a woman who had succeeded with a lasting weight loss and controlled diabetes following Project HOPE's 5 Steps program.
AT&T Contributes to Project HOPE to Help Tackle Burden of Diabetes in Mexico
Project HOPE announced today it is working to help address the enormous burden of diabetes in Mexico thanks to a $75,000 contribution from AT&T.
World Diabetes Day – November 14
A blue circle is the global symbol of diabetes. Many recognize World Diabetes Day by wearing a blue circle logo or by wearing blue.
Project HOPE and Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation to Use Mobile Communications to Educate Women About Gestational Diabetes in Mexico City
Global NGO Project HOPE and the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation are launching a pioneering program in Mexico City that will use text messages to educate low-income pregnant women and new mothers about ways to prevent and manage gestational diabetes.