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.
Project HOPE Responds to Devastating Impact of Hurricane Harvey
As the full scale of Hurricane Harvey becomes clear, Project HOPE is responding to the devastating impact of the disaster in Texas, which has left tens of thousands homeless and caused historic floods that have damaged health systems in some of the state’s key cities and residential areas.
Project HOPE Appoints Dr. Thomas Kenyon New President and CEO
The Project HOPE Board of Directors announced today the selection of Thomas A. Kenyon, M.D., M.P.H., as the new President and CEO of the international health and humanitarian organization effective October 1, 2015.
National Volunteer Week: Project HOPE Names Volunteer of the Year Beryl Brooks
Project HOPE today named registered nurse Beryl Brooks as its Volunteer of the Year. Eli Lilly and Company was named Corporate Volunteer of the Year.
Project HOPE Global Health Awards Honor UnitedHealth Group and the Gaucher Initiative at Annual Gala
Project HOPE named UnitedHealth Group and the Gaucher Initiative in Egypt as the recipients of the 2017 Project HOPE Global Health Awards.
Local Grandmother To Celebrate Mother’s Day Through Project HOPE Organization
Celebrating Mother's Day in a unique way this year, one woman has decided to contribute to Project HOPE.
Project HOPE Warns of Growing Health Crisis as Famine Threatens Nigeria
Project HOPE says the health and survival of millions of women and children are at stake as famine looms in Nigeria.
Project HOPE Volunteer Nurses To Be Honored at the United Nations on International Nurses Day
Project HOPE volunteers are among 13 nurses to be honored at the United Nations in New York on International Nurses Day on Friday May 12 in the first annual gathering of inspiring nurses who are making a difference in global health.
Project HOPE Opens Disaster Preparedness Training Center in Wuhan, China
Project HOPE announced the opening of the Disaster Preparedness Training Center at the Wuhan University HOPE School of Nursing in China today.
Project HOPE Warns of Humanitarian Impact of Federal Budget Cuts
Dr. Tom Kenyon, the CEO of Project HOPE, is warning that the White House administration’s proposed budget cuts to foreign aid risk endangering millions of people around the world as well as America’s historic role as a lifeline to those in need
Project HOPE Launches Global Health Podcast Series on World Health Day
Global Health Checkup is a new podcast series from Project HOPE highlighting the news, issues, events and trends in international development and relief work. The series will address some of the most complex issues in global health, which affect millions of people around the globe.
Indonesian Midwives Train in Saving Lives at Birth
Helping Indonesian Midwives Find HOPE With Emergency Obstetric/Neonatal Training
A ‘Proper Degree’ Saves Babies, Grows Careers in Sierra Leone
Project HOPE helps educate a new cadre of nurses in neonatal care