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.
Dr. Tom Kenyon Urges Global Commitment, All-In Local Action in…
Infectious disease expert notes signs of COVID-19 progress, but underscores out-of-control state at global level.
Project HOPE Responds to Biden-Harris Administration’s Maternal…
Project HOPE Urges Action During Black Maternal Health Week
COVID-19 Pandemic Leads to Drop of Maternal Health Care in Africa,…
While almost every country has experienced disruption to its health services since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, several countries in Africa have been severely impacted, leading to the suspension of maternal, neonatal, and child health care.
With Only 3% Vaccinated Globally, COVID-19 Threat Remains High
U.S. progress with COVID-19 control is inseparable from global progress, states Project HOPE's Chief Health Officer Dr. Tom Kenyon
Project HOPE Celebrates Landmarks Achieved by the Navajo People &…
Navajo Nation reports no new COVID-19 infections in 24-hour period as vaccinations soar
Rabih Torbay, Project HOPE President & CEO, On The Deteriorating…
"With half of Lebanon’s population already trapped in poverty, the other half is not far behind. As the Central Bank is running out of cash to pay for subsidies for basic goods, including food and medicines, widespread poverty is looming in Lebanon."
Dr. Tom Kenyon Urges Vaccine Equity, Public Health Precautions On…
One year ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 to be a pandemic emergency. Dr. Tom Kenyon, Chief Health Officer at Project HOPE and 21-year CDC veteran, issued the following statement on vaccine equity and public health precautions.
Project HOPE and Partners Roll Out COVID-19 Vaccination Training in…
While African countries have begun receiving their first doses of vaccines, efforts to train local clinicians and frontline responders to inoculate populations are underway across the continent. Project HOPE has launched an online training targeting over 20 African countries to ensure local vaccinators are prepared and ready to meet the demands of their roles as COVID-19 vaccines become available.
Project HOPE Joins WHO’s Call To Achieve Vaccine Access To Every…
Global health leaders call for vaccine equity for health workers, communities
On-The-Record Updates: The COVID-19 Situation In Lebanon
As Lebanon began its vaccination campaign on Sunday, February 14, the number of daily COVID-19 cases has been dwindling since the imposition of a strict lockdown on January 14, 2021.
Project HOPE Alarmed By Ebola Outbreak In Guinea And DRC, Fears Spread…
As two African countries – Guinea and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - have reported the resurgence of Ebola cases and the death of at least five individuals, Project HOPE is highly concerned that the disease will spread further across the region.
Project HOPE, New York Life Foundation Partnering for Navajo Nation
Thanks to generous support from the New York Life Foundation, Project HOPE is bolstering support for health care workers fighting COVID-19 in Navajo Nation, one of the hardest-hit areas in the U.S.
How Do You Protect Your Child’s Health In Malawi? Talk About It.
With Project HOPE’s support, parents in rural Malawi are more prepared to protect what matters most: their children’s health and well-being.