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
Raising Awareness about Tuberculosis in Uzbekistan
Project HOPE Uzbekistan and its partners on the Dialogue on HIV and TB Project held an unusual and exciting event on March 30 to raise awareness about TB.
Helping a Child with Drug-Resistant TB in Kyrgyzstan
A year and a half after Hamid was diagnosed with TB for the second time he completed treatment and returned home. Hamid returned to his favorite activities: drawing and watching cartoons.
MassBiologics Donates Over One Million Doses of Tetanus and Diphtheria Vaccine to Global NGO Project HOPE
Global NGO Project HOPE announced that tens of thousands of people in the Dominican Republic, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan will receive crucial vaccines donated by MassBiologics of the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Project HOPE Delivers over $17 Million of Medicines to Kyrgyzstan to Help Patients with Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases
Project HOPE has delivered over $17 million of donated medicine to the capital city of Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan. The donated medications will aid tens of thousands of patients suffering from diabetes and cardiovascular diseases throughout Kyrgyzstan, where there has been a shortage of medicine.
Project HOPE Donations Have Positive Effect on Lives of Diabetics in Tajikistan
Project HOPE has supplied 95 percent of the reliable insulin in Tajikistan since 2001 with insulin donations from HOPE’s corporate donors totaling $10.6 million.
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.