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.
Project HOPE Says Diabetes Education Key to Combating Disease on World Diabetes Day
Project HOPE says the need for diabetes education in the developing world has never been greater as over 366 million people suffer from the disease worldwide. Finding new methods to reach the masses is crucial to combat the enormous toll on health systems in emerging nations.
Project HOPE Volunteers Begin African Winds Mission with the Royal Dutch Navy in West Africa
Two medical volunteers from Project HOPE today are joining the Royal Dutch Navy in Ghana to contribute to African Winds 2013, a humanitarian mission along the West Coast of Africa.
Health Policy Leader Alan Weil To Become New Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief
Health Affairs and its publisher Project HOPE are pleased to announce that Alan Weil will become the journal’s new editor-in-chief on June 2, 2014.
On World Diabetes Day, Project HOPE Highlights Progress against Diabetes in South Africa
No other country in Africa has a greater diabetes burden than South Africa, where ten percent of the population has diabetes (2.6 million) and another five million South Africans are estimated to have pre-diabetes.
Indonesia earthquake: National pride 'prioritised' despite desperate need for aid
Officials appear to be prioritising national pride after directing foreign aid workers to leave Indonesia, says Sky's John Sparks.
Disease fears as more bodies found in Indonesia disaster
Rescuers picking through the grim aftermath of Indonesia's quake-tsunami issued a fresh public health warning Saturday as more decaying corpses were unearthed from beneath the ruined city of Palu.