Project HOPE Announces Franklin Guerrero as Vice President of Development and Communications
Project HOPE, a global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, today announced Franklin Guerrero as its new Vice President of Development and Communications.
Project HOPE Applauds 50th Anniversary of University Children’s Hospital of Krakow
Project HOPE today applauded 50 lifesaving years of the University Children’s Hospital of Krakow, where the global NGO has worked for over four decades to help treat the medical needs of the children of southern Poland and support the hospital’s role as a center for pediatric research and education for Central and Eastern Europe.
Project HOPE Partners With U.S. Navy in West Africa on Humanitarian Mission
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE embark on a six-week mission with the United States Navy along the West African coast.
Project HOPE Teams Up with Boston Scientific to Support South Africa’s Bid to Screen 8 Million People for Diabetes and Hypertension
Project HOPE today announced a partnership with Boston Scientific International Corporation to support an initiative to screen eight million South Africans at risk of diabetes and hypertension.
Project HOPE Announces West Coast Advisory Council to Expand Asia-Pacific Presence
Project HOPE today announced the development of a West Coast Advisory Council to provide strategic direction and to strengthen and expand Project HOPE’s programs around the world, with a core focus in the Asia-Pacific region.
Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil Elected To The National Academy Of Medicine
Health Affairs and its publisher Project HOPE are pleased to announce that Alan Weil, Health Affairs’ editor-in-chief, and Project HOPE’s vice president for public policy, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM). Membership in the NAM is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievements and commitment to service.
AT&T Contributes to Project HOPE to Help Tackle Burden of Diabetes in Mexico
Project HOPE announced today it is working to help address the enormous burden of diabetes in Mexico thanks to a $75,000 contribution from AT&T.
Project HOPE Airlifts Medical Supplies to Macedonia amid Massive Influx of Refugees to Europe
Project HOPE announced today that an airlift of medical supplies arrived in Macedonia and additional aid was en route to assist Syrian refugees and others who have fled conflicts in the Middle East.
Global NGO Project HOPE Delivers Crucial Medicines and Medical Supplies to Uzbekistan
The humanitarian aid, valued at more than $1.3 million, was donated to health facilities in Uzbekistan and included much needed items such as medications to treat cardiovascular disease.
Project HOPE Medical Volunteers Join U.S. Navy for Three-Month Humanitarian Mission to Southeast Asia and the Pacific
Volunteer health professionals from Project HOPE have joined Pacific Partnership 2015, a humanitarian mission and training exercise to help communities in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Vietnam.
Project HOPE Announces Health Alliance in Partnership with AstraZeneca and Ten Industry Leaders to Reverse Growing Trend of Chronic Respiratory Diseases in China
Project HOPE is teaming up with leading companies and organizations from the pharmaceutical and health care industries, to establish the China Alliance of Respiratory Diseases Prevention and Treatment program.
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.