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
Quest for Diabetes Expertise Leads Nurse to IDEEL
It is inspiring to know the obstacles that some health care workers will scale to gain the knowledge required to help communities obtain better health.
Volunteer in India Helps Community in Need
Jovin Panthapattu discusses his time helping with the pharmacy needs of a community outreach clinic while volunteering with Project HOPE at the ASRAM hospital in Vijayawada, India.
World Humanitarian Day: Passing It On
My understanding of the meaning of humanitarian is: to try to understand others and their needs and to care enough to be motivated to do something positive to make their lives better.
Helping Young Patients in India
Amy Montes reflects on her experience volunteering for Project HOPE at NRI General Hospital in Vijayawada, India.
Project HOPE with Support from Eli Lilly and Company Makes Strides against Diabetes and Hypertension in India
Project HOPE, the global health organization, is experiencing great success in India in its role in Project UDAY (which means “dawn” or “sunrise” in Hindi), a comprehensive diabetes and hypertension prevention and management program supported by Eli Lilly and Company under the Lilly NCD Partnership.
Project HOPE and Boston Scientific Launch New Program in Jharkand State of India against Noncommunicable Diseases
Project HOPE, the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, today is launching a new initiative in the Ranchi District of Jharkand State, India with funding from Boston Scientific Corporation aimed at reducing the burden of three of the most common noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) – diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease.