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 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 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.
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 Among First Foreign NGOs Re-registered in China in Accordance with New Law Governing Activities of International NGOs
Project HOPE's Beijing and Shanghai representative offices were among the first group of foreign NGOs registered in China in accordance with new law ensuring proper management of international NGOs.
Global Health NGO Project HOPE Welcomes New President Rabih Torbay
Project HOPE is pleased to announce the appointment of Rabih Torbay, a global health expert and leader in international development and humanitarian relief, as its new President.
Project HOPE Celebrates Record Setting Heart Surgery on Newborn in China
A baby boy in China is recovering well after intricate open-heart surgery, the youngest patient to undergo such a procedure at the Shanghai Children’s Medical Center.
Project HOPE Says Health Needs Persist in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew; Vows to Support Health System on 7th Anniversary of Earthquake
On the 7th anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, Project HOPE vows to continue efforts to help rebuild Haiti’s health system after Hurricane Matthew compromised progress.
Project HOPE Welcomes Executive Vice President Chris Skopec
“I am excited to join Project HOPE’s global team to further its mission of building health capacity to save lives and to collaborate with partners in the field and the private sector to strive for sustainable solutions to serious health challenges,” said Chris Skopec.
Project HOPE Announces Promising Study Outcomes in TB Adherence and Diagnostics
Project HOPE announced promising results from a series of innovative studies aimed at improving Tuberculosis adherence, detection and prevention in patients in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Malawi.
Project HOPE Airlifts Medicines and Supplies to Haiti
Project HOPE announced an airlift of medicines and supplies to Haiti today as health needs persist one month after Hurricane Matthew blasted through the Caribbean nation.
Project HOPE To Announce Promising Outcomes in TB Adherence and Diagnostics at Union World Conference on Lung Health
Project HOPE is to announce promising outcomes from studies aimed at improving the detection of Tuberculosis (TB) through diagnostics, and preventing the contamination of sputum samples in southern Malawi at the 47th Union World Conference on Lung Health.
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How Project HOPE is Saving Mothers and their Babies in the Dominican Republic
Though health care is readily available for its 10.4 million residents, the Caribbean’s second-most populous country also has the second-highest neonatal mortality rate in the region. With contributions from Project HOPE’s health workers, obstetric patients in the Dominican Republic are learning to find support and guidance from their doctors as well as their neighbors.
How Door-to-Door HIV Testing in Ethiopia Saved a Life
In Ethiopia, women between the ages of 15 and 49 are almost twice as likely to contract HIV as males in the same age group. With the help of health workers, trained by Project HOPE, traveling door-to-door, one woman decided not to let her diagnosis – or a series of personal tragedies – define her.