Project HOPE Takes Part in New Program to Help Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nigeria
Project HOPE is taking part in a new five-year program to help children orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in the states of Ebonyi and Cross River, Nigeria.
Global NGO Project HOPE Says Pioneering Health Program Benefitting Women Factory Workers in the Developing World
The report showcases HOPE’s innovative HealthWorks program in Cambodia and results suggest that, if widely adopted, companies can potentially foster healthier workforces in manufacturing powerhouses like Southeast Asia, and measurably cut sick leave and increase productivity.
Project HOPE Now Providing Donated Medicines to Free Medical Clinics in Mississippi and Virginia
Project HOPE is now providing donated medicines and medical supplies to the entire network of free medical clinics in Virginia and Mississippi, and it has obtained a license from the Board of Pharmacy of West Virginia to distribute donated medicines to free clinics in that state as well.
Medical NGO Project HOPE Delivers Humanitarian Aid to Syrian Refugees in Turkey as Medical Needs Increase
Project HOPE, a global health and humanitarian assistance organization, announced today that it will deliver another shipment of donated medicines and supplies, valued at USD $39 million, to Syrian refugees in Turkey who are battling another harsh winter, as medical needs increase.
Project HOPE Now Accepting Applications for 2015 Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency Scholarships
Project HOPE is now accepting applicants for 2015 Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency scholarships for North Carolina medical residents. To download an application visit http://www.projecthope.org/scholarship
Global NGO Project HOPE and Partners Strive to Reach Global Targets to Combat Tuberculosis by 2015
On World TB Day, Project HOPE reaffirms its commitment to help achieve international targets to halve the prevalence of tuberculosis (TB) and deaths from TB worldwide by 2015.
Project HOPE Wins Seed Grant for “Testing and Development of the Inspire Device to Improve the Identification of Sick Neonates in Developing Countries” at Saving Lives at Birth Conference
Project HOPE, an international health education and humanitarian organization, has been awarded a seed grant from Saving Lives at Birth: A Grand Challenge for Development to test and develop a device that improves the identification of sick neonates by accurately measuring an infant’s respiratory rate and temperature and indicating whether they are abnorma
Global NGO Project HOPE Brings Health Care to Women Factory Workers in the Developing World on International Women’s Day
Marking International Women’s Day, global NGO Project HOPE is highlighting its work to offer comprehensive health care and health education to thousands of women on factory floors in the developing world, in pioneering work that comes as western corporations increasingly look to improve conditions in their supply chain.
Global NGO Project HOPE Empowering Communities for Better Health in Indonesia on 10th Anniversary of Devastating Tsunami
Ten years after the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami, Project HOPE is still helping to improve health care in Indonesia.
Project HOPE Volunteers Provide Medical Care in Humanitarian Mission with U.S. Air Force in Nepal
Project HOPE volunteers are braving monsoon conditions in high, above-the-clouds mountain locations to bring crucial medical care and health education to remote areas of Nepal in a humanitarian mission with the U.S. Air Force.
Project HOPE Awarded $25,000 Grant from FedEx to Support Initiatives to Improve Health of Communities in Sub-Saharan Africa
Project HOPE has received a $25,000 grant from FedEx, the global shipping and logistics firm, to strengthen global health programs designed to improve the health and quality of life of communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.
As Patient Safety Awareness Week Begins, Project HOPE Says Education is Key to Avoiding Medical Errors in the Developing World
Virginia-based Project HOPE, a global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, is taking action to improve patient safety around the world. The organization has launched programs in recent years at sites in Asia and Eastern Europe to improve patient safety and raise awareness about the issue.
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.
Venezuela Crisis Deepens: Thousands of Venezuelans Cross Colombian Border to Find HOPE
As the national economy crumbles, up to 4,000 Venezuelans are crossing the border into Colombia every day, often with only the possessions they can carry.