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
Volunteers meet Mrs. Obama
On July 31 the First Lady greeted the crews from the USNS Comfort and USS Eisenhower as they returned to Norfolk, Virginia.
Saving Lives in Haiti
The second rotation of Project HOPE volunteer medical personnel has just returned from Haiti. The six nurses and one doctor worked every day on the cholera ward at in Hôpital Albert Schweitzer. The hospital, which is located in Haiti's Artibonite River Valley, is at the epicenter of the outbreak.
Volunteers Visit Orphanage
While in Haiti, the HOPE team visited an earthquake-impacted orphanage that provides food, clothing and shelter for 51 children.
Cholera Experts Visit HOPE Volunteers
Today the Project HOPE and The Humanitarian Network team began putting together the dorm building that will house volunteers who come to Haiti to help with HOPE’s physical rehabilitation program. The building is going up next to a small tent “town.”