Project HOPE Celebrates Successful Operation to Separate Conjoined Babies in China
Conjoined twin girls in China are recovering well three weeks after a successful operation to separate them, spotlighting the pioneering work of the medical humanitarian organization, Project HOPE, which trained the medical team that conducted the high stakes procedure.
Project HOPE Prepares to Send Medicines and Supplies to Sierra Leone Battling Deadly Ebola Outbreak
Project HOPE has begun efforts to secure medicines and supplies for Sierra Leone as the government declares a state of emergency in the largest and deadliest known outbreak of the Ebola virus.
Project HOPE Launches Economic Strengthening Program in Mozambique to Help Orphans and Vulnerable Children Live Better Lives
Project HOPE has launched a program in Mozambique to improve the economic status of orphans and other vulnerable children affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Project HOPE Statement on Malaysian Flight MH17
We express our deepest sadness at the loss of our peers in the global AIDS community who were onboard Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.
Sanofi US Donates $32 Million of Medicines to Project HOPE To Help Flood Victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Project HOPE, an international health education and humanitarian assistance organization, has received $32 million-worth of donated medicines from the Sanofi Foundation for North America to aid the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina after the heaviest rainfall in 120 years of recorded weather measurements brought devastating floods to the region in May.
Project HOPE Honors Global Health Leaders at 7th Annual Project HOPE Gala
Project HOPE today is announcing the 2014 recipients of the Project HOPE Global Health Awards at the organization’s annual gala in Washington, D.C.
Project HOPE Medical Volunteers Join U.S. Navy for Humanitarian Mission in Southeast Asia
The thirteen Project HOPE volunteers participating in Pacific Partnership 2014 will train and mentor local health professionals, provide subject matter expertise and contribute to public health programs.
Project HOPE Assessing Health Needs in The Balkans As Massive Flooding Forces Widespread Evacuations
Project HOPE expressed grave concern for the health needs of communities in the Balkans today after Cyclone Tamara flooded towns across Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia, killing over 40 people and forcing mass evacuations in what officials described as the worst flooding in southeastern Europe in more than a century.
Global NGO Project HOPE Launches Education Initiative on HPV Infection Prevention in China
Project HOPE today launched a wide-ranging program in China to raise awareness about HPV infection in an educational program ultimately designed to reduce cervical cancer rates.
Project HOPE Names Volunteer of the Year, Honors Exceptional Medical Volunteers at Ceremony Marking National Volunteer Week
Project HOPE kicked off National Volunteer Week by presenting its second annual Volunteer of the Year awards in a ceremony at its Millwood, VA headquarters.
The Boeing Company Awards Two New Grants to Project HOPE to Extend Successful Pediatric Health Education Programs in Eastern Europe
The new grants will be used to implement the second phase of Project HOPE’s pediatric respiratory diseases management training program in Hungary and the sixth phase of its neonatal care training exchange program in Romania.
Project HOPE Welcomes New Executive VP Linda N. Heitzman
Linda N. Heitzman joins Project HOPE as Executive Vice President leveraging her broad experience in the life sciences and health care industries, in which she successfully guided organizations through strategy, design and impressive growth for two decades.
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.