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
On the Ground Update: Venezuelan Families Struggle Amid Worsening…
Christine Bragale, Project HOPE’s head of public engagement, visited Project HOPE’s programs in Cúcuta, Colombia and shares what she’s seeing.
Mothers Make The World Go ‘Round
Every day, our work impacts the lives of countless mothers around the world. Meet a few of the women who particularly inspire us and learn more about how they make their worlds go ‘round.
Olympusat joins forces with NATPE’s LA Screening Independents 2019,…
Olympusat Inc., one of the largest independent media companies specializing in the ownership, distribution, production and technical services of Spanish and English-language networks, joins forces with Jencarlos Canela, Project HOPE and NATPE to bring humanitarian aid to Venezuelan children with a charity concert at NATPE’s LA Screenings Independents (LASI) Official Welcome Cocktail Party.
Project HOPE and the University of Puerto Rico Protect Emergency…
More than 15 percent of Puerto Rico’s adult population has diabetes. After Hurricane Maria, thousands of these patients struggled to access their medication. In partnership with the University of Puerto Rico, Project HOPE has established a solar-powered, island-wide cold chain to ensure uninterrupted access to temperature-sensitive medicines and vaccines, even in the wake of disaster.
Project HOPE and Urban Plates Team up for Good Health for People…
This World Health Day, eat healthy at Urban Plates and bring HOPE around the world
Joshua’s Story: How Project HOPE is Helping Dominican Doctors Save…
In the seven months since he was born, Joshua, a patient at Los Mina hospital in the Dominican Republic, has had five surgeries for complications involving his bile ducts. With limited equipment and staff, doctors are doing all they can to save babies like Joshua and reduce the country’s alarming neonatal and infant mortality rate.