With the Climate Clock Ticking, Our Health Faces Increased Harm
In advance of COP26, there is urgency to acknowledge the catastrophic effects of climate change on health & to take measures to prepare and anticipate health risks.
Largely Ignored, Health Care Workers’ Mental Health Needs Should be at…
From pilot to a global-scale response, Project HOPE program is addressing mental health crisis as health workers cope with COVID’s toll on top of existing strains
COVID 19: Africa’s End of Year Vaccination Target is a “Pipedream”
As Africa records more than 8.3 million COVID-19 cases, the continent continues to suffer from a severe shortage of vaccines. At the UN General Assembly last week, African countries pushed for unity and criticized vaccine inequality.
COVID-19 & Variants Remain Unresolved Crises as Global Leaders…
Project HOPE cites Global Health Security Agenda, urges unified global action to accelerate vaccine access, equity & production with billions of people still at risk of infection
Hurricane Ida Leaves Thousands of Louisianans in Need of Urgent…
Local health systems navigate power outages & COVID-19 crisis; Project HOPE responds with health care reinforcements, PPE & medical supplies
Rise of COVID-19 Cases Threatens Bahamas’ Reconstruction Two…
Dual crises of COVID-19 and climate impacts are impeding local recovery efforts, with Abaco still looking like Hurricane Dorian hit just last week
Statement by CEO & President of Project HOPE, Rabih Torbay, on…
"Ahead of World Humanitarian Day, we salute the courage and the work of humanitarian workers who are serving on the frontline to help improve the lives of those in need around the world."
Widespread Health Impacts Imminent After Haiti’s 7.2-Magnitude…
Project HOPE is deploying an Emergency Response Team, fearing the worst in comparison to 2010 impacts and ready to assess urgent medical needs
Before Giving Boosters, 98 Percent of Africa’s Population Have Yet to…
As the gap between vaccinations in high-income and middle- and low- income countries widens, Project HOPE advises against using the global vaccine supplies for boosters.
As Delta Variant Spreads, Mexico’s Youth Leaders Take Action to Stop…
Battling misinformation & pandemic fatigue, young leaders strive to turn the tide of the public health crisis by reaching elders, protecting families & engaging Indigenous communities
‘Women Can Change The World’
A powerful and passionate voice has emerged in Mexico’s struggle against COVID-19: young people. Through the National Committee of Youth, Project HOPE and AstraZeneca are giving young people in Mexico an opportunity to raise their voice for change — a chance that is especially powerful for young women.
Mental Health Awareness is Important. But Funding is Imperative.
COVID-19 has revealed the scale of our global mental health crisis. But are we willing to invest in the solutions to address it?
Volunteer Voices: Safeguarding Mental Health on the Navajo Nation
As a psychiatrist and Project HOPE volunteer, Dr. Cristina Riley-Lazo has helped Navajo health care workers cope with intense stress, burnout, and grief. What are the unique challenges these health workers face? And what does it reveal about our understanding of mental health care?