In The News
The stories below have been selected from the media coverage of Project HOPE in order to provide you with a greater understanding of our work and mission.
The perilous trek to see Volcan de Fuego, just months before it…
The explosion coated the surrounding villages in a seemingly innocuous but deadly ash cloud, followed by a volcanic lahar – a mudslide-like flow of ash and other debris – snatching a nearby river and coating San Miguel Los Lotes, now under three metres of debris and white dust. A modern Pompeii.
Nongovernmental Organizations Enhance Global Health Security
NGOs have unique disaster response capabilities that can be adapted to disease outbreaks that exceed local capacity to respond effectively.
Vecinos alrededor del Volcán de Fuego padecen enfermedades de piel y…
Project HOPE’s medical team respond to critical needs in Guatemala, such as respiratory and skin problems. HOPE is in communities cut off by the Fuego Volcano eruption.
ONG dice que necesidades de salud tras erupción en Guatemala son…
A US team from the international NGO Project HOPE, which gave its support following the Fuego Volcano eruption in Guatemala, says that the heath needs have reached “critical point.”
Puerto Rico still needs help — list of volunteer opportunities,…
Project HOPE listed as one of the reputable aid organizations working to help Puerto Rico recover.
Hoosiers with Eli Lilly deliver critical care to victims of Hurricane…
The first team of Hoosier helpers from Eli Lilly and Company returned home from working with Project HOPE to deliver critical care to people living in hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico on Saturday.
IDAC y Project HOPE estrechan lazos de cooperación
With the objective of strengthening relationships and contributing to the development of the health network and responding to disasters in the Dominican Republic, the president of Project HOPE, Rabih Torbay, visited the country.
Pacific Partnership 2018 kicks off in Khanh Hoa
With the agreement of the Government of Viet Nam, the Pacific Partnership Program 2018 (PP18) kicked off in Khanh Hoa province, Viet Nam on May 17, 2018, with the participation of U.S. Navy’s logistic ships USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) and USNS Brunswick, and Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force JDS Osumi.
El IDAC y Project Hope refuerzan acuerdos cooperación para respuesta a…
The Instituto Dominicano de Aviación Civil (IDAC) and Project HOPE, represented by the deputy general manager from the state organization, Santa Rosa Martínez, and the president of the non-profit organization, Rabih Torbay, work on an agreement to strengthen programmes of cooperation that have been carried out these past few years.
FARMACIA SNS y Project HOPE unen esfuerzos para reducir la mortalidad…
The executive director of the Servicio Nacional de Salud (SNS) on Tuesday thanked Project HOPE for its contribution to infrastructure, teams and education valued at 400 thousand dollars for work done in the maternal wing of Renée Klang de Guzmán de Santiago, and for the joint efforts of both institutions to reduce neonatal infant mortalities.
380 Creative Thinkers Felicitated
A national consultation was held to felicitate creative thinking for NCD implementation in the country and prioritise actions fro effective implementation was held on Friday in the capital.
Disaster Preparedness in the Heart of Hunt Country
Just 20 miles from the heart of Middleburg lay “Simlandia,” a (fictional) fragile, unstable democracy plagued by corruption, poverty and political violence, afflicted by environmental challenges such as flood and drought. The replica disaster zone, which was hit by a devastating tsunami that worsened conditions in a nation already slammed by civil conflict, was the centerpiece of a four-day disaster and humanitarian response training workshop in April hosted by Project HOPE, an international leader in global health development and emergency relief programs.
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One Year After Beirut Blast, Lebanon Is Running Out of Chances
As the first anniversary of the deadly Beirut explosion approaches, life has only become more unbearable for millions of Lebanese people who have seen their living conditions deteriorate, forcing some of them to leave the country.
Maternal Deaths in Parts of Indonesia Surpass 2020 Total in Just Two…
Maternal mortality rates have more than doubled across two Indonesian districts with nearly 70 percent from direct COVID-19 infection, reports Project HOPE
Africa’s Third COVID-19 Wave Is Not Over, Continent Should Brace for…
Although the trend in new COVID-19 infections across Africa may begin to trend downwards, the third wave is far from over and several countries remain dangerously affected by the spread of the Delta variant. Project HOPE warns that the third COVID-19 wave across African countries could be a prelude to deadlier waves in the weeks to come.