Throughout Central Asia, Project HOPE is combating the burdens of tuberculosis, drug-resistant tuberculosis, and TB/HIV co-infection.
What's New in Central Asia
Diabetes Patients and Their Families Grateful for Insulin Donations in Tajikistan
Insulin is so expensive in Tajikistan that most people with diabetes in this country cannot even afford to buy it. Fortunately Project HOPE and its generous corporate partners have donated $320 million in medicine and medical supplies including insulin over the past 10 years. Tajik diabetes patients of all ages and their families have expressed immense gratitude for the free insulin and syringes they receive.
Volunteer Researches Success of HOPE in Tajikistan
I saw the patients Project HOPE was helping. Fewer people suffered or lost their livelihoods when we were able to donate medicine. Fewer diabetics lost their limbs, and fewer children went into comas.
On World TB Day Project HOPE Hails Promise Of New Diagnosis Technology
New technology has the potential to revolutionize the speedy and accurate diagnosis of tuberculosis, one of the deadliest public health threats which claims about six million lives each year.
Global NGO Project HOPE Delivers $2 Million of Urgently Needed Insulin to Tajikistan
Project HOPE delivered urgently-needed insulin valued at $2 million to Tajikistan after supplies of the medicine to treat diabetics had run out in the former Soviet Republic.
Project HOPE Delivers $35 million in Vital Medicines and Supplies to Tajikistan
Project HOPE delivered medicines and medical supplies valued at more than $35 million to Tajikistan, the second humanitarian airlift in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State this year to the former Soviet Republic.