Central & Eastern Europe
Project HOPE has helped modernize health care systems across Central and Eastern Europe since 1974 through training health professionals, expanding hospital services, and improving health care management.
What's New in Central & Eastern Europe
Volunteer Nurse Journals about Helping Refugees Crossing into Macedonia
Louisa Reade, RN, a nurse from Ashland, OR blogs about the initial days of her three-week volunteer mission with Project HOPE in November 2015 to provide medical care to refugees crossing into Macedonia from Greece.
The Never-Ending Line
Volunteer photojournalist Ted Wendel describes the masses of people seeking to get into Western Europe by way of the Gevgelija Transit Center in Macedonia, where Project HOPE is helping with donated medicines and volunteer assistance.
Refugees pass through Gevgelija, Macedonia, where Project HOPE is assisting with donated medicines and medical volunteers
Volunteer Works to Improve Quality of Maternal and Newborn Care in Kosovo
Project HOPE volunteer Patti Nicks spent five weeks in University Hospital in Pristina, Kosovo working to improve the quality of care in the labor and delivery ward, where there is a great need for improvement.
Volunteers Help Migrants in Macedonia
Project HOPE medical volunteers begin treating migrants at the transit camp on the Macedonian border with Greece.