Project HOPE Responds to Urgent Health Needs from Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano
Project HOPE announced the deployment of an emergency medical response team to Guatemala as fresh lava flows from the Fuego volcano, prolonging a disaster that has displaced thousands of people.
Project HOPE Marks 20th Anniversary of Pioneering Hospital by Renewing its Commitment to Children’s Health in China
– Project HOPE joined the call for a renewed focus on the health of China’s 240 million children and is taking aim at pediatric cancer, one of the country’s top public health challenges, as it celebrates a stunning run of success for Shanghai Children’s Medical Center (SCMC) on its 20th anniversary
Project HOPE Partners with Eli Lilly and Company to Support Communities in Puerto Rico
Project HOPE, a leader in global health development and emergency relief programs, is partnering with volunteers from Eli Lilly and Company’s Connecting Hearts Abroad program to bring critical health services to the municipalities of Loíza, Ponce, Adjuntas, and Humacao.
National Volunteer Week: Project HOPE Names Nurse Jahn Moeller Volunteer of the Year
In recognition of the crucial role volunteers play, Project HOPE honors Jahn Moeller, a registered nurse from Queensland, Australia, as Volunteer of the Year, and Merck & Co., Inc., as Corporate Partner Volunteer of the Year, celebrating a six-decades long partnership that has built health capacity worldwide.
Project HOPE and Partners Train the Humanitarian Workforce for the Next Disaster
To improve the skills of emergency responders, Project HOPE is hosting a Humanitarian & Disaster Response Simulation Training workshop, turning its Virginia headquarters into a simulated disaster zone, and creating scenarios that humanitarian workers might face in war zones, during natural disasters or in the midst of a refugee exodus.
Project HOPE and Planet Water Foundation Install Water Tower in Puerto Rico on World Water Day
Project HOPE and Planet Water Foundation partner to provide clean water and hygiene programs to Puerto Rico on World Water Day.
Project HOPE Offers Humanitarian Response and Disaster Training
HOPE is offering a comprehensive Humanitarian & Disaster Response Simulation Training, April 5-8, 2018 for both new and experienced humanitarian workers seeking to improve their capabilities in the field.
Project HOPE Deploys Medical Team After Maria Slams Puerto Rico
Project HOPE announced the deployment of an emergency response team to Puerto Rico, which is facing a long period of recovery after Hurricane Maria.
Project HOPE: Accelerating Toward TB Elimination
Project HOPE joined more than 2,000 TB professionals at the 48th Union World Conference on Lung Health in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Project HOPE Awarded $40M Grant from USAID to Expand Access to HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment in Ethiopia
Project HOPE has been awarded $40 million by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to implement a community based program that will expand access to comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services in Ethiopia.
Project HOPE Says Health Needs Persist after Harvey and Irma
Hurricane Harvey may no longer be in the headlines but the serious health needs left after the huge storm blasted Texas remain acute as communities grapple for a sense of normalcy, says Project HOPE, a global health development and humanitarian organization.
Project HOPE Team Responds to Local Health Needs from Hurricane Harvey
Project HOPE has deployed an expert team to respond to the health needs that are increasing by the hour in Texas as the state’s flood-damaged health system tries to cope with the impact of massive flooding that has inundated vast residential areas.
HOPE in Action: Top 5 Photos of 2018
The lifesaving impact we make all around the world is evident and visible in so many ways. Take a look at these exemplary photos that depict the HOPE that you have helped us deliver in 2018.
A Beacon of HOPE in Ethiopia
40-year-old Aman has emerged as a beacon of hope for his small Ethiopian community. Among his family, his coworkers, his classmates and his community, his positivity shines brightly in the shadow of the positive HIV diagnosis he received just a year ago.
Joshua’s Story: How Project HOPE is Helping Dominican Doctors Save Newborn Lives
In the seven months since he was born, Joshua, a patient at Los Mina hospital in the Dominican Republic, has had five surgeries for complications involving his bile ducts. With limited equipment and staff, doctors are doing all they can to save babies like Joshua and reduce the country’s alarming neonatal and infant mortality rate.