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
Bringing Noncommunicable Disease Training to Remote Areas of Maharashtra
We're thrilled to be training government health workers in the remote region of Maharashtra to help them become more effective at tackling the rising trend of non-communicable diseases.
Nurturing and Strengthening Global NCD Partnerships to Defeat NCD Burden
Dr. Laxmikant Palo, Project HOPE's Regional Director for Southeast Asia, travels to Porto Alegre, Brazil for the Lilly NCD Partnership Summit 2015.
UDAY -Fighting Diabetes in India
Project HOPE, in partnership with Eli Lilly and Company, is conducting a five-year program in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Haryana with the Public Health Foundation of India and Population Services International called Project UDAY (Uday means "dawn" or "sunrise" in Hindi). The UDAY program is training a variety of health care providers and community health workers in cost-effective methods to prevent and manage diabetes and hypertension.
Student Pharmacist with HOPE in India
Student pharmacist Jovin Panthapattu talks about volunteering with Project HOPE at ASRAM hospital in Vijayawada, India.
Training Community Health Workers in Sonipat, India
During these sessions, Project HOPE also organized a display about “making healthy food choices.” Using traffic light signals and symbols, the community health workers were trained to educate their communities in healthy eating.