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
Bend But Don’t Break, Emotional Resiliency After Maria
Project HOPE's team in Puerto Rico is helping children cope with the emotional stress after Hurricane Maria.
HOPE’s Remote Medical Units Fill in the Cracks of a Recovering Health System
Project HOPE is reaching out with remote medical units in coordination with municipalities and Puerto Rico's Department of Health, to target and assist the isolated, indigent, and vulnerable populations.
Limited Clean Water Supplies Pose Unfamiliar Health Risks in Puerto Rico
As Project HOPE medical volunteers continue to bring needed care to people living in still hard to reach locations, a newly implemented WASH program is helping to ensure long-term health for Puerto Ricans learning how to live in a changed environment after the massive storm.
Hurricane Maria continues to present daily challenges in Puerto Rico
Puerto Ricans are facing a new normal that presents daily challenges to public health.
Reaching the Isolated with Medical Care and HOPE
Project HOPE’s Medical team continues to set up clinics in the communities most hard hit and difficult to reach in Puerto Rico.