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.
Will a hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico ever recover?
Hurricane Maria strafed Puerto Rico with winds up to 150 miles an hour for ten straight hours. We hear about the humanitarian consequences, the property damage and relief efforts… in slow motion.
Making Sense of Belt and Road – The NGO: Project Hope
Project HOPE CEO Dr. Tom Kenyon shares his thoughts on the public health considerations connected to Belt and Road.
Free clinic opens in Angleton
Project HOPE volunteers assist with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts at a free clinic in Angleton, Texas.
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4 Facts: Understanding Ukraine’s Humanitarian Catastrophe
Russia’s invasion into Ukraine has spiraled into a widespread humanitarian emergency. Here are four facts to help grasp the staggering scale of the crisis and the shockwaves it’s sending around the globe.
Two Years Into Pandemic, Project HOPE Recaps COVID-19 Response Efforts
Much Work Remains to Address Health Inequities and Prepare for the Future, Global Health Organization Finds