Project HOPE Gets Ready For Hurricane Dorian
Project HOPE lines up medical team and health supplies to deploy in Category 5 storm’s aftermath
Project HOPE Prepares for Aftermath of Tropical Storm Dorian in Puerto Rico
Project HOPE’s local team gears up to meet anticipated health needs
Saving Yemen: Project HOPE Teams up to Launch Highly Coordinated Response
Meeting health and nutrition needs are top priorities for new Humanitarian Alliance for Yemen
Project HOPE Calls For Continued Foreign Aid Amidst Global Crises Threatening Lives and Livelihoods
90 humanitarian and development organizations urge the U.S. administration to reconsider freezing funds for U.S. foreign assistance programs
Project HOPE Announces Transitions in Executive Leadership
Global health and humanitarian relief organization positions for continued growth and innovation
Olympusat joins forces with NATPE’s LA Screening Independents 2019, Jencarlos Canela, and Project HOPE to bring humanitarian AID to Venezuelan Children
Olympusat Inc., one of the largest independent media companies specializing in the ownership, distribution, production and technical services of Spanish and English-language networks, joins forces with Jencarlos Canela, Project HOPE and NATPE to bring humanitarian aid to Venezuelan children with a charity concert at NATPE’s LA Screenings Independents (LASI) Official Welcome Cocktail Party.
Project HOPE Recognizes Health-Care Heroes
Awards ceremony honors volunteers who provide lifesaving support
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
On the Ground in Colombia: Q&A with Dr. Atilio
Our country representative in Colombia, Dr. Atilio Rivera-Vasquez, shares his experience of the Venezuela crisis and the greatest health challenges he’s seeing as more and more refugees and migrants arrive to Colombian hospitals in need of urgent care.
Photo Essay: In Serang, Midwives Stand in the Gap
In western Java, just a few hours from the metropolis of Jakarta, villages in rural Serang struggle with a tragic and preventable problem: maternal and neonatal mortality.