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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After Suffering Extensive Burn Injuries from Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano, What Comes Next?
When Guatemala’s Fuego volcano suddenly started to erupt in their village of San Miguel Los Lotes, four-year-old Robert ran for his life, without shoes, and suffered burns to his feet and legs.
Returning to Guatemala Amid Destruction and Devastation
Nicole Miller, a nurse practitioner who lived in Guatemala in 2000, returned to the country with Project HOPE to discover a completely different environment.
Puerto Rico still needs help — list of volunteer opportunities, charities
Project HOPE listed as one of the reputable aid organizations working to help Puerto Rico recover.
Project HOPE Responds to Urgent Health Needs from Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano
Project HOPE announced the deployment of an emergency medical response team to Guatemala as fresh lava flows from the Fuego volcano, prolonging a disaster that has displaced thousands of people.
Project HOPE Responds to Catastrophic Eruption of Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano
Project HOPE is deploying an emergency team this weekend to respond to critical health needs after the Fuego volcano in Guatemala left 109 dead and 200 missing.