In Southeast Asia, Project HOPE works to fight the burden of noncommunicable diseases and reduce maternal and neonatal mortality.
Project HOPE in Southeast Asia
What's New in Southeast Asia
Photo Essay: In Serang, Midwives Stand in the Gap
In western Java, just a few hours from the metropolis of Jakarta, villages in rural Serang struggle with a tragic and preventable problem: maternal and neonatal mortality.
Field Update: The Devastation In Palu, Indonesia Lives On
Cinira Baldi, Project HOPE’s vice president, chief development and communications officer, visits Palu one year after the deadly earthquake and tsunami and shares her heart-wrenching observations.
Indonesian Midwives Train in Saving Lives at Birth
Helping Indonesian Midwives Find HOPE With Emergency Obstetric/Neonatal Training
World Diabetes Day 2018: Spotlight on India
Noncommunicable diseases are increasing at an alarming rate in both rural and urban India, with long-term consequences on the nation’s health and finances.
Helping Indonesia’s Health Workers Through a Crisis
Ibu Rizka is trained for the worst. She has seen patients in their darkest hours and endured the agony of searching for colleagues who don’t report to work after disasters, their fates unknown. Now, the Indonesian emergency room nurse and Disaster and Crisis Management Coordinator is coping with the aftermath of more tragedy, following the earthquake and tsunami that hit Central Sulawesi on September 28.