Project HOPE Deploys Medical Volunteers to Haiti in Response to New Cholera Outbreak
Project HOPE is acting immediately to address a resurgence of cholera in Haiti by deploying more than 20 medical volunteers to the hard hit Artibonite Valley to care for people afflicted with the illness and implement a preventative care strategy.
Project HOPE Reports Public-Private Partnerships in China are Saving Lives
Project HOPE, a global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, reported its programs in China to prevent and manage diabetes through health provider training and patient education are working.
Project HOPE, UnitedHealthcare Unveil High-Tech Mobile Unit
Project HOPE and UnitedHealthcare today showcased a new high-tech mobile unit and educational campaign that is bringing much-needed health care services and resources to underserved communities in New Mexico’s southern border and frontier areas.
Project HOPE Launches Campaign to Raise $94 Million to Expand Global Reach
Project HOPE has launched an ambitious campaign to raise $94 million to expand its fight against disease and disaster and to bring treatment within reach of some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
Project HOPE Announces $1 million Endowment from North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation in Honor of Dr. Charles A. Sanders
Project HOPE today announced a $1 million endowment from the North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation to establish the Dr. Charles A. Sanders/Project HOPE International Residency Scholarship Program to help North Carolina’s young physicians bring health education and improved care to needy communities worldwide.
Project HOPE Medical Volunteers Embark on Humanitarian Mission to Japan’s Northeastern Region
Project HOPE medical volunteers are reporting that services in areas devastated by Japan’s earthquake and tsunami remain basic, with patients’ medical needs still a major concern, underlying the need for outside help until the local health systems can be reestablished.
New Hope for Haiti’s Quake Victims
Project HOPE is launching its first rehabilitation center in Haiti on Thursday to care for disabled patients of all ages with long-term needs.
HOPE Offers Critical Medical Expertise to Help Cameroon Reach Millennium Development Goals
Project HOPE medical volunteers have arrived in Cameroon to share their expertise with health care professionals.
HOPE and U.S. Navy Provide Lifesaving Health Education and Medical Care in Central and South America and the Caribbean
Project HOPE has arrived in Peru to provide medical care and health education to underserved communities on a nine-country mission to Central and South America and the Caribbean.
HOPE and U.S. Navy on Medical Mission to Remote Oceania Region
Project HOPE medical volunteers have arrived in Vanuatu, the second stop on a three-month humanitarian mission with the U.S. Navy in the South Pacific, after caring for thousands of patients in Tonga.
Partnering with Merck and the Honduran Ministry of Health to Vaccinate Hondurans Against Pneumococcal Disease
Project HOPE, in partnership with Merck, is collaborating with the Honduran Ministry of Health to further advance efforts to vaccinate vulnerable populations against pneumococcal infections, a major cause of pneumonia.
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.
Field Update: The Devastation In Palu, Indonesia Lives On
Cinira Baldi, Project HOPE’s vice president, chief development and communications officer, visits Palu one year after the deadly earthquake and tsunami and shares her heart-wrenching observations.
Crisis in Yemen: How to Help
Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis, with 80% of the country's population requiring some form of assistance to survive. Project HOPE is helping provide the vital support people in Yemen need most. Get the facts about this crisis and learn more about how you can help below.