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
As Patient Safety Awareness Week Begins, Project HOPE Says Education is Key to Avoiding Medical Errors in the Developing World
Virginia-based Project HOPE, a global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, is taking action to improve patient safety around the world. The organization has launched programs in recent years at sites in Asia and Eastern Europe to improve patient safety and raise awareness about the issue.
Project HOPE Says Diabetes Education Key to Combating Disease on World Diabetes Day
Project HOPE says the need for diabetes education in the developing world has never been greater as over 366 million people suffer from the disease worldwide. Finding new methods to reach the masses is crucial to combat the enormous toll on health systems in emerging nations.
The War on NCDs in India
India’s National NCD Summit kicked off in New Delhi with a shared commitment among the nearly 300 participants to find better ways to combat diabetes.
Project HOPE and the North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Announce 2014 Recipients of Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency Scholarships
The winners of the 2014 Sanders Scholarships are Dr. Nazia Sultana, a first-year critical care and pulmonary medicine fellow studying at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, and Dr. Nikole Bobadilla, a second-year OB/GYN resident at the Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Project HOPE Now Accepting Applications for 2014 Dr. Charles A. Sanders/Project HOPE International Residency Scholarship
The scholarship program provides an opportunity for current medical residents from North Carolina to participate in a one- to two-month supervised global health elective at one of Project HOPE’s program sites.