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
Sharing Diabetes Educator Success at the World Diabetes Congress
HOPE's India team is sharing how diabetes control and quality of life have notably improved among patients of HOPE-trained educators.
World Diabetes Congress Convenes in Dubai
Project HOPE staff representing Mexico, South Africa, China, India and the United States are participating in the World Diabetes Congress 2011.
India Lights the Way on Diabetes Day
On this day last year, I watched New Delhi light monuments lit in blue as part of World Diabetes Day. I was visiting Project HOPE’s India Diabetes Educator Project.
Global NGO Project HOPE On Frontlines Of Fight Against Diabetes
To mark World Diabetes Day, global NGO Project HOPE is calling for a new emphasis on health education to combat the staggering toll inflicted by the disease across the developing world, where millions have diabetes and millions more are not properly diagnosed storing up a silent future medical crisis.
NCDs could ‘bankrupt health’: World Economic Forum
NGOs like Project HOPE are warning people in China, India, South Africa and the Americas that NCDs can be prevented – and even controlled – by adopting healthier diets, increasing physical activity and curbing intake of tobacco and alcohol.
Project HOPE: A global battle against Non-Communicable Diseases
Project HOPE’s work on NCDs is coming into the spotlight as the United Nations holds its first High Level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases in New York City on September 19-20, which aims to develop a global strategy on combating this new wave of disease.