Project HOPE and Urban Plates Team up for Good Health for People Everywhere
This World Health Day, eat healthy at Urban Plates and bring HOPE around the world
Project HOPE Responds to Deadly Mozambique Cyclone
“Cyclone Idai was deadly. If we don’t act now, the aftermath will be deadlier.”
Project HOPE Prepares Response to Deadly Mozambique Cyclone
Millions of people impacted; more than 1,000 lives feared lost
Project HOPE Marks World AIDS Day by Highlighting Pioneering Program to Support Teens with HIV in Namibia
Project HOPE Partners with U.S. Navy on the Pacific Partnership Humanitarian Mission to Asia Pacific
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE, a leader in global health development and emergency relief programs, have joined the 2018 Pacific Partnership, the 13th annual humanitarian aid mission and disaster response exercise led by the United States Navy in the Asia Pacific region. HOPE volunteers will implement side-by-side trainings with local health care professionals in Nha Trang, Vietnam.
Project HOPE, Shanghai Children’s Medical Center and Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Partner to Save Lives of Children with Congenital Heart Disease in Africa
Project HOPE Joins Calls for a Human Rights Approach to Addressing Tuberculosis at the 49th Union World Conference on Lung Health in The Hague
Project HOPE says access to treatment for tuberculosis is a basic human right at the opening of the 49th Union World Conference on Lung Health begins in the Hague today.
Three Ways Project HOPE Works to Create a Healthier World
At Project HOPE, we celebrate our commitment to creating a healthier world for all — on World Health Day, and every day. This World Health Day, we are partnering with Urban Plates to highlight the importance of health for ourselves as well as others around the world.
HOPE is on the Ground in Mozambique, Helping Cyclone Survivors
Cyclone Idai devastated Mozambique in March 2019. Project HOPE deployed a team of emergency response experts and medical volunteers to Beira, Mozambique — the area most in need. Learn what we’re seeing on the ground and how you can help.