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.
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Patient Outreach Proves Successful
Diabetes deaths can be prevented. By providing early diagnosis and education, we can reduce complications and help people to live longer, higher quality lives.
Patient Outreach Successful
Diabetes deaths can be prevented. By, providing early diagnosis and education, we can reduce complications and help people to live longer, higher quality lives.
Global NGO Project HOPE On Frontlines Of Fight Against Diabetes
To mark World Diabetes Day, global NGO Project HOPE is calling for a new emphasis on health education to combat the staggering toll inflicted by the disease across the developing world, where millions have diabetes and millions more are not properly diagnosed storing up a silent future medical crisis.
Project HOPE Vows to Strengthen Health Care Capacity In The Americas on World Pneumonia Day
Project HOPE is making sure the fight against pneumonia reaches even the most remote areas of Nicaragua and Honduras where health workers deliver vaccines against pneumococcal disease, a major cause of pneumonia.
Project HOPE Educates Mexicans on Dangerous Link Between Diabetes And Obesity on Child Health Day
Child Health Day is observed nationally in United States on the first Monday of October to highlight the importance of protecting children’s health and to encourage parents to include proper nutrition and regular exercise into their children’s lives to minimize health problems including diabetes, heart disease, obesity and asthma.