Vaccine Access & Hesitancy Affecting Texas Communities’ COVID-19…
Project HOPE partners with local health clinics to address equity gaps that put Hispanic, migrant, refugee & low-income communities at high risk
Setbacks Caused by COVID, Health Equity Gaps Take Focus on World AIDS…
Project HOPE urges sustained investment, coordination & action toward ending pandemic
Haiti: Insecurity, Fuel Shortage Threaten Delivery of Health Care and…
Three months after the earthquake that hit the southwestern region of Haiti, recovery has been impeded by rising insecurity and a severe fuel shortage, compounding an already alarming humanitarian situation. Disruption of fuel supplies has hindered the delivery of humanitarian assistance, including health care services provided by Project HOPE’s medical team in Les Cayes.
Project HOPE Welcomes New Board Directors
Embarking on a five-year strategy to empower health care workers around the world, Project HOPE welcomes its newest leaders
81 Million Health Care Workers Worldwide Are Not Fully Vaccinated,…
Fragile health systems cannot afford to lose more health care workers to infection, death, emigration or resignation as Delta and new variants continue surging in vulnerable regions worldwide
Project HOPE Earns GuideStar’s Highest Ranking Again This Year
For the third year in a row, GuideStar, a philanthropy research database, has awarded Project HOPE the Platinum Transparency Seal, its highest level. Here’s what that means and why it’s important.
With the Climate Clock Ticking, Our Health Faces Increased Harm
In advance of COP26, there is urgency to acknowledge the catastrophic effects of climate change on health & to take measures to prepare and anticipate health risks.
Largely Ignored, Health Care Workers’ Mental Health Needs Should be at…
From pilot to a global-scale response, Project HOPE program is addressing mental health crisis as health workers cope with COVID’s toll on top of existing strains
COVID 19: Africa’s End of Year Vaccination Target is a “Pipedream”
As Africa records more than 8.3 million COVID-19 cases, the continent continues to suffer from a severe shortage of vaccines. At the UN General Assembly last week, African countries pushed for unity and criticized vaccine inequality.
COVID-19 & Variants Remain Unresolved Crises as Global Leaders…
Project HOPE cites Global Health Security Agenda, urges unified global action to accelerate vaccine access, equity & production with billions of people still at risk of infection
Hurricane Ida Leaves Thousands of Louisianans in Need of Urgent…
Local health systems navigate power outages & COVID-19 crisis; Project HOPE responds with health care reinforcements, PPE & medical supplies
Providing Care in the Shadows of HIV
In southwest Nigeria, Project HOPE is helping mitigate the threat of HIV for the country’s most vulnerable populations: women, children, and adolescents.
In Türkiye, Hope Returns in Clean Water
In rural villages of southern Türkiye, Project HOPE is installing solar water chlorination points to help tens of thousands of earthquake survivors access safe drinking water.
‘People are Psychologically Collapsing’: A Q&A from Sudan
More than half of people in Sudan require urgent humanitarian support. Learn more about the crisis in this Q&A with Shaza Mohamed, executive director of our local partner, Nada Elazhar for Disaster Prevention and Sustainable Development (NADA).