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
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.
UDAY Launch Promises to Fight Rising Burden of Noncommunicable Diseases in India
“UDAY” is an intensive five-year program to combat the rising problem of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) that is funded by an educational grant from Eli Lilly and Company.
Urban Health Fest in Sonipat, India Encourages Healthy Eating
Project HOPE organized a live session, Making Healthy Food Choices, using traffic light signal symbols to convey what constituted healthy or unhealthy choices.
Situation Dire in Nepal, but we are HOPEful
As the news from Nepal continues to be grim- the death toll rising above 5,000 and the number of injured climbing above 9,000 - I am comforted by the outpouring of assistance being offered by supporters of HOPE.
Project HOPE and North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Announce 2015 Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency Scholarship Winners
The winners of the 2015 Sanders scholarships are Fatmata Daramy, M.D., M.P.H. and Sonia Patel-Nguyen, M.D. Both of this year’s Sanders Scholars are first-year resident physicians training at University of North Carolina Hospitals in Chapel Hill.
Project HOPE Now Accepting Applications for 2015 Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency Scholarships
Project HOPE is now accepting applicants for 2015 Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency scholarships for North Carolina medical residents. To download an application visit http://www.projecthope.org/scholarship