Project HOPE Welcomes Merck Chairman Richard T. Clark as New Chairman of the Board
Project HOPE is welcoming Richard T. Clark, Chairman of Merck & Co. Inc., as its new Chairman, deploying his decades of corporate leadership expertise as HOPE expands its global battle against disease and poor health.
Project HOPE and AmeriCares Deliver Lifesaving Vaccines to Benefit Thousands in the Dominican Republic
Global NGOs Project HOPE and AmeriCares are delivering lifesaving vaccines to the Dominican Republic to benefit children and adults, especially those living along the country’s border with Haiti, in support of the National Program of Immunization established by the Ministry of Health.
HOPEmobile Offers Health Education To New Mexico’s Tribal Communities
Project HOPE is kicking off New Mexico’s first-ever State and Tribal Preventive Health Week with consultations in a state-of-the-art mobile health screening unit dubbed the HOPEmobile.
Project HOPE Educates Mexicans on Dangerous Link Between Diabetes And Obesity on Child Health Day
Child Health Day is observed nationally in United States on the first Monday of October to highlight the importance of protecting children’s health and to encourage parents to include proper nutrition and regular exercise into their children’s lives to minimize health problems including diabetes, heart disease, obesity and asthma.
Project HOPE Delivers Nearly $11 Million of Medicines to Kyrgyz Republic
Tens of thousands of people in the Kyrgyz Republic will receive much-needed free medicines to treat cardiovascular disease, eye infections and to provide vaccinations to thousands of children in underprivileged communities.
Project HOPE Welcomes New Executive VP Dr. Michael D. Maves
Dr. Michael D. Maves, the former Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Medical Association, joins Project HOPE as its Executive Vice President.
Project HOPE: A global battle against Non-Communicable Diseases
Project HOPE’s work on NCDs is coming into the spotlight as the United Nations holds its first High Level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases in New York City on September 19-20, which aims to develop a global strategy on combating this new wave of disease.
PROJECT HOPE Celebrates Successful Operation to Separate Conjoined Babies in China
A successful operation to separate four-month-old conjoined twin girls in China is spotlighting the pioneering work of Project HOPE, which trained the medical team that conducted the high stakes procedure.
Project HOPE on Medical Mission to Haiti Aboard USNS Comfort as Hospital Ship Returns to Help Communities Still Struggling After Last Year’s Earthquake
Project HOPE volunteers will arrive in Haiti on Friday to provide medical care for underserved communities, in collaboration with the U.S. Navy on the hospital ship, the USNS Comfort, which is making a poignant return visit 18 months after providing emergency care to thousands struck by a devastating earthquake that left hundreds of thousands homeless.
Project HOPE Celebrates Medical Humanitarians Who Span The Globe On World Humanitarian Day
-- Project HOPE will honor the thousands of inspiring American doctors and nurses on Friday who for decades have brought vitally needed emergency medical treatment and long-term health education to lift up the needy in the developing world.
Project HOPE Shares the Benefits and Challenges of Breastfeeding in Developing World to Mark World Breastfeeding Week
Project HOPE is seeking to tout the benefits of breastfeeding in some of the world’s most impoverished and fast-changing societies.
Skin-to-Skin: Alternative Incubation Technique Saves Newborn Lives
Project HOPE introduces Kangaroo Mother Care to new mothers in Sierra Leone, a warming method that simulates the womb and helps premature and low weight babies survive and grow healthy — from fragile to strong.
‘Breathtaking’ Destruction: A Q&A On Hurricane Dorian’s Aftermath
As the scale of Hurricane Dorian’s destruction comes into focus, Bahamians on the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama face a monumental recovery. Learn more in this Q&A with Tom Cotter, Project HOPE’s director of emergency response.