Indonesian Health Care Workers Bear the Burden of New COVID-19 Wave
As the current COVID-19 surge infects and kills health care workers across Indonesia, Project HOPE prepares the country's health workforce to cope with their harrowing experiences on the frontline.
Africa’s Lack of Vaccine Is Not the Only Reason for Slow Vaccine…
As Africa records the world’s lowest COVID-19 vaccination rate, the emergence of more contagious variants increases, as well as the risk for the first generation of vaccines to become ineffective. While insufficient COVID-19 vaccine supply across the continent has contributed to a low vaccination rate, Project HOPE found that several factors have contributed to a slow vaccine rollout in Africa.
Project HOPE Partners with Latter-day Saint Charities to Mobilize…
In response to India’s COVID-19 crisis, Project HOPE, a global health and humanitarian organization, has partnered with Latter-day Saint Charities to mobilize lifesaving oxygen and medical supplies. This support comes at a time where immediate and sustained support are paramount to assisting the people of India through a catastrophic public health crisis while striving toward recovery.
AIDS at 40
Marking progress through global investment, Project HOPE urges continued coordination, education & action worldwide to address equity gaps & end AIDS epidemic
Project HOPE Welcomes Gaza Ceasefire, Calls for Unimpeded Humanitarian…
Project HOPE welcomes the ceasefire announced Thursday between Israel and the Palestinian armed groups, and calls for immediate, full and unhindered access of humanitarian aid to Gaza as needed to provide critical relief and support reconstruction efforts.
$1M Grant from Center for Disaster Philanthropy COVID-19 Response Fund…
Project HOPE’s global Mental Health and Resilience Training for Health Care Workers has been granted $1 million from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy COVID-19 Response Fund. Launching this month, Project HOPE will implement the mental health resilience training on five continents in some of the most vulnerable countries and communities.
India: Cyclone Tauktae Aftermath Raises Fear of New COVID-19 Outbreaks
In the aftermath of cyclone Tauktae in the Saurashtra region on the West Coast of India, there is a high risk of new COVID-19 outbreaks emerging in the coming weeks. Following the latest COVID-19 outbreak in India, Project HOPE has been working with local partners to mobilize procurements and shipments of critical medical supplies to hardest hit regions.
Despite Declining COVID-19 Cases, Virus Threatens Unvaccinated…
Dr. Tom Kenyon urges global vaccine equity and access, warning that situations can rapidly change where public health control measures are not in place and where people are not being vaccinated.
As Hurricane Season Begins, Health & Emergency Response Workers…
Communities reeling from record 2020 season brace for intensified severe storms tied to climate change
Project HOPE Offers Support to India’s COVID-19 Second Wave
As India fights a devastating second wave of COVID-19 that is killing thousands of people each day, Project HOPE is taking part in international efforts to help tackle the deadly health crisis by providing aid and much-needed medical supplies. The health care system has been overwhelmed and unable to respond adequately to medical needs.
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Refugees' Health?
World Refugee Day is June 20 — a day to stand with refugees and displaced people around the world. But how much do you know about the health issues refugees face? Test your knowledge with this quick six-question quiz.
Supporter Spotlight: How One Artist Used Twitch To Support India
When cases of COVID-19 surged in India, Nadia Dar decided to use her Twitch channel to support relief efforts — a cause close to her heart and heritage. Learn more in this Q&A.
Q&A: How Do You Prepare When Hurricane Season Never Ends?
As the 2021 hurricane season begins, communities around the world are still grappling with the long-term damage of previous disasters. Our team members in Bahamas and Honduras share what that looks like and their greatest concerns for the months ahead.