What Women Want: User-Centric Approach to HIV Prevention Methods
USAID-Funded Study to be Presented by Project HOPE at AIDS 2022
The Moldova Project Creates Playrooms for Refugee Children from…
“Empowering the Ukrainians” Project Supports Refugee Families
Project HOPE Sounds Alarm for Humanitarian Crisis in Ethiopia
Relief organization boosting number of mobile health clinics and urging more robust international response
Project HOPE Seeks to Address Effects of War on Ukrainian Refugees and…
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
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
Project HOPE Emergency Response Leads Share Observations from the…
More than a half-million Ukrainian refugees have fled to Poland seeking safety. Urgent Humanitarian Assistance Needed.
Crisis in Ukraine Could Spiral Into Widespread Humanitarian…
Conflict in Ukraine could lead to hundreds of thousands of people being displaced and widespread medical needs nationwide; Project HOPE responds to urgent needs
4 Facts: Project HOPE's 2021 Impact
Project HOPE reached more than 3 million people around the world last year. Learn more about our impact and how your support is helping improve access to health care in communities that need it most.
Photos: Inside The Clinics Vaccinating Communities Across the South
With support from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Project HOPE is helping charitable clinics vaccinate underserved communities across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas.