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.
Project HOPE Medical Volunteers Deliver Emergency Care in Nepal as Country Suffers Second Earthquake in Three Weeks
Project HOPE medical volunteers in Nepal provided emergency medical care to thousands of patients injured in the second deadly earthquake to hit the country in three weeks.
CP-15 crew completes mission stop in Guatemala
Partnering together, CP-15 members and Guatemalan medical professionals conducted nearly 525 dental exams and procedures, more than 1,300 optometry exams and 105 surgeries. The CP-15 team provided care to patients at medical sites set up at Complejo Deportivo de Puerto Barrios and Casa Social del Maestro Prof. Leopoldo Cordn Guzman.
PROJECT HOPE DEPLOYS MEDICAL VOLUNTEERS AND COORDINATES MEDICINES FOR NEPAL TO HELP SURVIVORS OF DEADLY EARTHQUAKE
Project HOPE has deployed medical volunteers to support health facilities in Nepal grappling with the aftermath of a powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,500 people one week ago.
Project HOPE and North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Announce 2015 Dr. Charles A. Sanders International Residency Scholarship Winners
The winners of the 2015 Sanders scholarships are Fatmata Daramy, M.D., M.P.H. and Sonia Patel-Nguyen, M.D. Both of this year’s Sanders Scholars are first-year resident physicians training at University of North Carolina Hospitals in Chapel Hill.
Project HOPE Poised to Deploy Medical Volunteers and Humanitarian Aid to Nepal Devastated by Powerful Earthquake
Project HOPE announced today it is poised to deploy medical volunteers and humanitarian aid to Nepal after a powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed more than 2,430 people in the worst disaster to hit the South Asian country in more than 80 years.
Project HOPE and AstraZeneca to Launch Three-Year Community-based Diabetes Total Care Innovation Pilot Program in China
Project HOPE and AstraZeneca announced today a three-year, first of its kind partnership to develop a diabetes education and care program in China – the Community-based Diabetes Total Care Innovation Program.
Project HOPE Announces 2014 Volunteer of the Year, Kicking Off National Volunteer Week
Project HOPE named Grace Deveney, RN, Volunteer of the Year for 2014 and honored other top volunteers to kick off National Volunteer Week.
PROJECT HOPE ANNOUNCES LEADERSHIP SUCCESSION PLAN
Project HOPE announces 2016 retirement of John P. Howe, III, M.D., President and CEO.
Project HOPE Joins U.S. Navy for Humanitarian Mission to Central and South America and the Caribbean
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE embark on a humanitarian mission aboard USNS Comfort, the U.S. Navy hospital ship. The six-month mission, known as Continuing Promise 2015, will offer medical and dental care and health care education to communities in Central and South America and the Caribbean.
Health Worker Spotlight: Reaching Mothers and Babies in Sierra Leone
Banneh Daramy, a Project HOPE newborn consultant, dedicates her energy and expertise to improving health for fellow Sierra Leoneans — saving lives in a country with some of the world’s highest maternal and infant mortality rates.
Mother to Mother: Village Care Groups Save Lives in Sierra Leone
The maternal mortality rate is higher in Sierra Leone than anywhere else in the world: One in 17 women won’t survive pregnancy or delivery. The majority of these deaths are a result of preventable causes, exposing a critical lack of information and skilled care. The fact that most of these deaths could have been avoided is a tragedy, but it also means that all hope isn’t lost — that there’s work that can be done to save lives in the future.