Appealing To India’s Women To Slow Looming Status As World’s Diabetes…
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 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…
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…
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…
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.
Shanghai Children’s Medical Center Partners with Project HOPE…
Officials from Shanghai Government, SCMC, Project HOPE and Hospira commemorate groundbreaking of new seven-story Oncology Tower
As Cholera Cases Increase, Project HOPE Brings Team of International…
16 November 2010 – Millwood, Va. – As the number of deaths related to the cholera outbreak in Haiti nears 1,000, Project HOPE, the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, is deploying a team of international cholera experts to train Haitian health care professionals to better care for and manage the rapidly growing number of patients suffering from the illness.
6 Opportunities We Have To Advance Global Health in 2021
Last year exposed the gaps in global health, and now it’s time to reverse some of the losses. Here’s an overview of some of our greatest opportunities this year — and what Project HOPE is doing to address them.
COVID-19 in Navajo Nation: How Project HOPE is Responding
Navajo Nation has faced a heavy load of COVID-19 cases, with more than 1 in 10 people on the reservation having contracted the virus. Learn more about how Project HOPE is partnering with Indian Health Services to help.
From NCDs to COVID-19, Boston Scientific Support Spans Two Decades
COVID-19 is unlike any public health crisis we’ve ever seen, but it’s only one of many threats to global health. Even amid a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, other threats are lurking — especially noncommunicable diseases, which are the leading cause of death worldwide.