In Central Asia, Project HOPE is combating the burdens of tuberculosis, drug-resistant tuberculosis, and TB/HIV co-infection.
What's New in Central Asia
Bottom-Up, Top-Down Approach to TB Outreach among Migrants in Kazakhstan
Project HOPE builds linkages with civil society, government authorities, diasporas, health care and businesses to effectively address TB for the benefit of migrants.
Bringing TB Awareness and Care to Migrant Workers in Kazakhstan
Migrants are twice as likely to fall prey to Tuberculosis. Intervention brings awareness, screening and support.
Global NGO Project HOPE Honors Two Decade Legacy of Department of State Humanitarian Airlift “1,000” with a Final Airlift of Meds Mission for Tajikistan
Since 1992, Operation Provide Hope , the Department of State, Office of the Coordinator of U.S. Assistance to Europe, Eurasia, and Central Asia, has delivered more than $5 billion in targeted humanitarian aid to former Soviet states.
Providing TB Support for Migrant Populations in Kazakhstan
Project HOPE is working in specific regions providing support in TB management, service delivery, monitoring and surveillance and patient support.
WORLD TB DAY 2015
As Project HOPE marks World TB Day 2015 and honors the theme, "Reach the 3 Million: Reach, Treat, Cure Everyone," a look back at our history in Central Asia and our long standing commitment to address the global TB epidemic shows tremendous progress has been made.
The First Regional TB Infection Prevention and Control Training at the National TB IC Training Center in Tajikistan
With the success of the project, the idea of using the National Training Center as a regional training base for CAR was supported by the NTP managers of Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.