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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Project HOPE: A global battle against Non-Communicable Diseases
Project HOPE’s work on NCDs is coming into the spotlight as the United Nations holds its first High Level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases in New York City on September 19-20, which aims to develop a global strategy on combating this new wave of disease.
Care Resumes in Haiti
After traveling 300 miles back from our out-to-sea excursion, and anchoring in Port-au-Prince during the pre-dawn hours, the excitement to get back to work seemed palpable.
Work in Haiti Interrupted by Hurricane Irene
Volunteers returning to Haiti to continue medical work after spending three days at sea waiting out Hurricane Irene.
First Hand Account from Cholera Outbreak in Haiti
Motivated by Haiti’s need for help and inspired by her patients’ incredible acts of kindness in Haiti, volunteer, Kerry Quealy tells her story.
Project HOPE on Medical Mission to Haiti Aboard USNS Comfort as…
Project HOPE volunteers will arrive in Haiti on Friday to provide medical care for underserved communities, in collaboration with the U.S. Navy on the hospital ship, the USNS Comfort, which is making a poignant return visit 18 months after providing emergency care to thousands struck by a devastating earthquake that left hundreds of thousands homeless.