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 Welcomes New Vice President, Chief Legal and Compliance Officer Julia Soyars
Project HOPE has announced the appointment of Julia Soyars as its Vice President, Chief Legal and Compliance Officer.
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.
Fact or Fiction: 6 Myths About COVID-19
As scientists race to understand the novel coronavirus, the world faces a double threat: the spread of COVID-19, and the spread of misinformation around it. Here are some common myths related to the virus.
Volunteer Voices: Houston Strong
When the battle to stop COVID-19 gets exhausting, little moments keep you going. Read the latest dispatch from a Project HOPE volunteer nurse deployed to Houston, Texas.