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 Charities Making an Impact This Holiday Season
Local, national, and international organizations are seeking funds to continue their work, and in the spirit of generosity, many people have made donations or plan to support worthy causes that bring aid to areas in need.
Equipment donated by Project HOPE increases Nursing course
Acquisitions will boost graduation, postgraduate and capacity-building activities for the community in general.
Regional Consultation Facilitates Deliberations on Addressing the NCD…
Regional Consultation Facilitates Deliberations on Addressing the NCD Program Implementation Challenges
Project Hope art on display at SVWC
The latest exhibit in Lawrence Gallery at Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury is part of a collection from Project HOPE.
Nurse Volunteers Say Puerto Ricans Are Dying: Here’s How Nurses Can…
It’s been over a month since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Since then, nurses have been answering the call for help by volunteering their services throughout the area. They are returning and sharing stories of devastation, lack of resources and a looming mass-health crisis.
Project HOPE donates equipment to the neonatal unit of the Maternidad…
Project HOPE donated high-tech equipment to the San Lorenzo de Los Mina Maternal and Child Hospital for the care of premature babies born and is also supporting the training of medical personnel. (Article in Spanish)
5% diabetics in Uttar Pradesh suffer with TB too
The dual challenge of diabetes and TB was discussed at a regional non-communicable diseases consultation organized by Project HOPE.
Non-Governmental Organizations Work Together to Provide Water to…
Non-Governmental Organizations Work Together to Provide Water to Communities in Puerto Rico.
The Warmth and Magic of Personalized Nutritional Prescription Shortens…
Clinical Nutrition is often neglected in medical care and patient population, but it does not mean that it’s not important. In fact, it can affect the development of course and the outcome of treatment. The Shanghai Children’s Medical Centre (SCMC) has embarked on a new endeavor: nutrition assessment and nutrition support therapy for children with the active involvement of nutrition department.
Ask Kim: What can I do to help victims of Hurricane Maria?
How to help those recovering from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
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UN Security Council's Unanimous Approval to Extend Syria's…
Syria’s humanitarian crisis now impacts 13.4 million people; Project HOPE calls for restoration of al-Yarubiyah and additional border crossings in future votes
Hospitals Are Overflowing as Second COVID-19 Wave Worsens in…
Indonesian COVID-19 patients unable to get care until others die as hospitals exceed capacity and face resource shortages, warns Project HOPE’s Executive Director of Indonesia