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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Disaster Preparedness in the Heart of Hunt Country
Just 20 miles from the heart of Middleburg lay “Simlandia,” a (fictional) fragile, unstable democracy plagued by corruption, poverty and political violence, afflicted by environmental challenges such as flood and drought. The replica disaster zone, which was hit by a devastating tsunami that worsened conditions in a nation already slammed by civil conflict, was the centerpiece of a four-day disaster and humanitarian response training workshop in April hosted by Project HOPE, an international leader in global health development and emergency relief programs.
Project HOPE celebrates volunteers
National Volunteer Week was April 15 through 21, and Project HOPE on April 20 celebrated the volunteers who promote global health and respond to disasters around the world.
Project HOPE Names Merck Corporate Volunteer of the Year
Volunteers are often the unsung heroes of the quest to promote global health and respond to disasters, but without their contributions, millions of people in some of the world’s most challenged regions would be worse off. In recognition of this crucial role, Project HOPE honored Jahn Moeller, a registered nurse from Queensland, Australia, as Volunteer of the Year, and Merck, as Corporate Partner Volunteer of the Year, celebrating a six-decades long partnership that has built health capacity worldwide.
Project HOPE and Planet Water Foundation Install Water Tower in Puerto Rico on World Water Day
Project HOPE and Planet Water Foundation partner to provide clean water and hygiene programs to Puerto Rico on World Water Day.
Project HOPE Offers Humanitarian Response and Disaster Training
HOPE is offering a comprehensive Humanitarian & Disaster Response Simulation Training, April 5-8, 2018 for both new and experienced humanitarian workers seeking to improve their capabilities in the field.
A mission of Mercy sets sail for the Indian Ocean
The Mercy will act as the flagship for the annual “Pacific Partnership” mission, a five-month goodwill tour that’s slated to unite the hospital ship with its sidekick, the Singapore-based fast transport Falls River — plus more than 800 military and civilian personnel from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, France, Peru and Japan and nongovernmental organizations like Project Hope, Hope Worldwide and Project Handclasp.