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
Project HOPE Airlifts Medical Supplies to Macedonia amid Massive Influx of Refugees to Europe
Project HOPE announced today that an airlift of medical supplies arrived in Macedonia and additional aid was en route to assist Syrian refugees and others who have fled conflicts in the Middle East.
Refugees Seeking HOPE
HOPE staff connected with some of the women, children and men fleeing Syria for a better life. Here are their stories
Witnessing the Impact of Medicine Donations
Every hospital administrator, clinician and Ministry of Health representative expressed gratitude for Project HOPE’s Strategic Medical Resupply Program and its donors.
Nurse Education Training Program Starts in Macedonia
The main purpose of their mission in Skopje, Macedonia was to develop a Nurse Educational Training program.
Airlift “1,000” Marks More than Two Decades of HOPE Collaboration with U.S. Department of State to Help Former Soviet States
For the last 22 years, Project HOPE has been making a significant difference, as part of Operation Provide Hope with the United States Department of State.
Project HOPE’s Strategic Medical Re-Supply Program Improves Health Care Across Eastern Europe by Providing Quality Medicines And Saving Health Authorities Millions in Costs
Dr. Howe will elaborate on the impact of the SMRP at a joint press conference with Macedonia’s Deputy Minister of Health, Jovica Andovski, on Thursday at the Hotel Aleksandar Palace in the capital, Skopje.