HOPE And U.S. Navy On Medical Mission Across The South Pacific
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE have embarked on a mission with the U.S. Navy to offer medical care and health education to underserved communities in the Oceania region.
On World TB Day HOPE Joins Global Calls To Intensify Efforts To Eradicate TB
Educating communities about tuberculosis detection in Malawi has yielded amazing results in preventing the spread of the disease, a major cause of death and sickness, especially for people with HIV/AIDS.
Collaborating to Improve Health Care in the Mississippi Delta
Project HOPE and Delta Health Alliance are collaborating to improve access to health education and care for residents of the Mississippi Delta region.
Project HOPE Bolsters Health of Haitians Determined to Succeed in Post-Earthquake Era
As Haitians went to the polls Sunday, March 20, to choose a new leader, Project HOPE is reaffirming its commitment to provide long-term care to thousands of Haitians rebuilding their lives after Haiti’s devastating earthquake.
Appealing To India’s Women To Slow Looming Status As World’s Diabetes Capital
Project HOPE is training 3,000 Diabetes Educators and is marking International Women’s Day on March 8 with an appeal to Indian women to take action against this growing scourge.
Project HOPE delivers $21 Million in Medicines to Impoverished Communities in Tajikistan
Communities struggling to survive life threatening illnesses like heart disease and influenza in Tajikistan are receiving $21 million in medicines from Project HOPE.
Project HOPE Distributes $13 Million of Lifesaving Medicines to Treat 100,000 in Kyrgyzstan
Tens of thousands of patients weakened by heart, liver and kidney disease and the influenza virus in Kyrgyzstan will benefit from free medicines provided by Project HOPE.
Project HOPE and U.S. Navy Boost Medical Services to Underserved in Ghana
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE are launching a mission with the U.S. Navy to improve health standards for patients at risk of malnutrition, dehydration and disease in Ghana.
New HOPE for China’s Child Cancer Victims
On World Cancer Day, Project HOPE, an international humanitarian and health education organization is making huge strides to combat a rising trend of childhood cancer in China.
Project HOPE Joins the Living Heart Foundation to Launch “Habits for Life” To Combat Chronic Disease in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area
Program is offering free screenings to identify the signs of chronic disease, such as heart disease and diabetes and educating residents on how to manage their health more effectively and make smarter lifestyle and nutrition choices.
Project HOPE Earns the BBB Wise Giving Alliance’s Highest Ranking
Project HOPE has satisfied all 20 of the Better Business Bureau’s standards for charity accountability. Here’s what that means.
Health Worker Spotlight: Reaching Mothers and Babies in Sierra Leone
Banneh Daramy, a Project HOPE newborn consultant, dedicates her energy and expertise to improving health for fellow Sierra Leoneans — saving lives in a country with some of the world’s highest maternal and infant mortality rates.
Mother to Mother: Village Care Groups Save Lives in Sierra Leone
The maternal mortality rate is higher in Sierra Leone than anywhere else in the world: One in 17 women won’t survive pregnancy or delivery. The majority of these deaths are a result of preventable causes, exposing a critical lack of information and skilled care. The fact that most of these deaths could have been avoided is a tragedy, but it also means that all hope isn’t lost — that there’s work that can be done to save lives in the future.