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 Prepares for Aftermath of Tropical Storm Dorian in Puerto Rico
Project HOPE’s local team gears up to meet anticipated health needs
Keeping Hope Alive for Venezuelans in Colombia
Project HOPE doctors and nurses share their experiences caring in crisis, as more and more Venezuelans arrive to Colombia in need of health services and in search of hope.
Project HOPE Calls For Continued Foreign Aid Amidst Global Crises Threatening Lives and Livelihoods
90 humanitarian and development organizations urge the U.S. administration to reconsider freezing funds for U.S. foreign assistance programs
Saving the Newborn in the Dominican Republic
Overcrowding, severe health problems and inadequate or nonexistent health facilities are a way of life in many communities across the Dominican Republic. Dominican mothers and their babies face difficult odds: this country has one of the highest neonatal mortality rates (babies who don’t survive past the first 28 days of life) in Latin America.
3 Portraits of Displacement: The Reality of Life as a Venezuelan Refugee
Nearly 4 million Venezuelan women, children and men have fled economic and political turmoil in their country. Thousands cross the border to Colombia every day, forging ahead into uncertainty – each with their own story and hope for a new future.