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.
Project HOPE Deploys Team of Medical Volunteers to Hurricane-Ravaged Haiti
Project HOPE deployed medical volunteers to Haiti today as fears escalate over the spread of cholera and other diseases in areas ravaged by Hurricane Matthew.
Haiti’s Interim President Briefs Project HOPE on Hurricane’s Impact
Haitian Interim President told Project HOPE today that humanitarian needs are increasing rapidly after Hurricane Matthew unleashed massive flooding and destruction claiming hundreds of lives.
Tens of thousands of women and children benefit from Saving Lives at Birth Program to reduce maternal and neonatal deaths in Indonesia
Project HOPE said tens of thousands of women, newborns and children under five have benefitted from the Saving Lives at Birth project aimed at reducing maternal and neonatal deaths in Indonesia.
Project HOPE and Boeing Team Up to Boost Maternal and Newborn Care in Hungary
Project HOPE and Boeing team up to improve pediatric, neonatal and maternity care in Papa, Hungary.
New Program in Malawi Seeks to Prevent New Infections and Lessen Impact of HIV
One Community targets specific populations that are highly vulnerable to contracting HIV: orphans and vulnerable children, the caregivers of those children, adolescent girls and young women, estate workers, fishing communities, and people living with HIV.
Project HOPE and North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Announce 2016 Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency Scholars
Dr. Ketan Nadkarni will be serving at one of Project HOPE’s program sites in Shanghai and Dr. Krishna Aluri will be working at the NGO’s program site in Kosovo.
Global NGO Project HOPE Delivers Crucial Medicines to Uzbekistan
The humanitarian aid, donated by Project HOPE’s partners, is valued at more than USD $2.2 million, and includes antibiotics and antifungal medicines to treat a wide variety of bacterial and fungal infections, as well as medical supplies.
Project HOPE Disaster Response Team in Ecuador to Identify Medical Needs in Aftermath of Deadly Earthquake
Project HOPE announced today that its disaster response team is on the ground in Ecuador following the massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck the country’s central coast on Saturday, April 16, 2016.
Project HOPE Medical Volunteers Treat Patients and Instruct Health Care Professionals on Pacific Partnership 2016
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE have joined Pacific Partnership 2016, the 11th annual humanitarian aid mission and disaster response exercise led by the U.S. Navy to the Asia Pacific Region.
Keeping Nigerian Hospitals Infection-Free: Lagos team develops curriculum to train infection control specialists
Helping Puerto Rico’s Diabetes Patients Find HOPE in Their Communities After Maria
Hurricane Maria was the deadliest storm to hit U.S. soil in over 100 years. As communities still struggle to cope with damaged homes, a crippled health care system, and a dearth of medicine, some are learning to find strength from within – their families, communities, and most importantly, themselves.