Leaders in Global Health Honored at 9th Annual Project HOPE Gala
Project HOPE announces the recipients of its 2016 Global Health Awards at its 9th annual gala in Washington D.C.
Zika virus threatening US health security while Congress bickers
Washington’s protracted squabbling over President Obama’s emergency request for $1.9 billion to fight the widening Zika epidemic is directly putting the health of unborn American children at risk and compromises the nation’s health security as a whole.
Leaders of Merck & Co., Inc. and the Institute of Medicine Honored at 8th Annual Project HOPE Gala
Project HOPE today announced the recipients of the Project HOPE Global Health Awards at the organization's 8th annual gala in New York City.
Type 2 diabetes initiative launched
The UAE will have a national diabetes registry by the end of 2016, Ministry of Health and Prevention officials said on Wednesday.
Global Health NGO Launches Project HOPE Swiss International Foundation
Project HOPE announced the launch of the Project HOPE Swiss International Foundation (PHSIF) today to support health education and humanitarian aid in developing countries and other regions of need.
Project HOPE and GSK Develop Cold Storage Facility to Ensure Crucial Medicines Available for Patients in Northern Haiti
Project HOPE, the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, today announced the development of a cold chain facility at Hôpital Sacré-Coeur de Milot, the only one of its kind in northern Haiti, to ensure that critical medicines, vaccines and supplies can reach those in need.
Global NGO Project HOPE Honors Two Decade Legacy of Department of State Humanitarian Airlift “1,000” with a Final Airlift of Meds Mission for Tajikistan
Since 1992, Operation Provide Hope , the Department of State, Office of the Coordinator of U.S. Assistance to Europe, Eurasia, and Central Asia, has delivered more than $5 billion in targeted humanitarian aid to former Soviet states.
‘Time is short’: Global Health NGO Urges Congress to Fund President’s Zika Request
The head of the global health NGO, Project HOPE, is calling on Congress to act swiftly to fulfill President Barack Obama's $1.9 billion funding request to stem the spread of the Zika virus.
Project HOPE Stands with Nepal on Quake Anniversary
Project HOPE says it is standing by Nepal on the first anniversary of the earthquake to improve access to health services for communities in need.
National Volunteer Week: Project HOPE Names Volunteer of the Year Ann Perez
Project HOPE, the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, today named Ann Perez, a registered nurse from Santa Fe, New Mexico, as its Volunteer of the Year. Massachusetts General Hospital was meanwhile recognized as Global Partner Volunteer of the Year after many years as a longtime partner in disaster relief efforts worldwide.
Project HOPE with Support from Eli Lilly and Company Makes Strides against Diabetes and Hypertension in India
Project HOPE, the global health organization, is experiencing great success in India in its role in Project UDAY (which means “dawn” or “sunrise” in Hindi), a comprehensive diabetes and hypertension prevention and management program supported by Eli Lilly and Company under the Lilly NCD Partnership.
Project HOPE and Boston Scientific Launch New Program in Jharkand State of India against Noncommunicable Diseases
Project HOPE, the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, today is launching a new initiative in the Ranchi District of Jharkand State, India with funding from Boston Scientific Corporation aimed at reducing the burden of three of the most common noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) – diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease.
World Diabetes Day 2018: Spotlight on India
Noncommunicable diseases are increasing at an alarming rate in both rural and urban India, with long-term consequences on the nation’s health and finances.
Diabetes in Puerto Rico: An Update on a Public Health Crisis, One Year After Hurricane Maria
Even before Hurricane Maria brought widespread devastation to the island, Puerto Rico had a diabetes prevalence rate about 50% higher than the general U.S. population. A year after the storm, which caused over $90 billion in damage, locals are still working with charitable NGOs like Project HOPE to restore the territory’s disrupted healthcare system.