Breaking The Silence Around Health Worker Wellness
Thanks to support from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, Project HOPE is helping tens of thousands of health workers fight stigma and talk about their mental health.
Living Through Crisis: Project HOPE Staff Stories
As the Ukraine crisis endures, Project HOPE team members share their personal experiences living through conflict and the difficult memories the war has resurfaced.
What Do Mental Health Services Look Like Around the World?
Despite the prevalence of mental health issues, mental health services are still in a largely nascent stage. Here are some of the mental health issues and gaps in care that Project HOPE team members see in their communities around the world.
4 Facts: Correcting Mental Health Myths
Mental health may often be an invisible burden, but it’s a heavy one, with widespread and long-lasting side effects. Here are four common myths about mental health and the truth behind the global crisis.
How Project HOPE is Reconnecting Haiti’s Communities to Care
With support from the Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, Project HOPE is helping communities in Haiti recover from last year's devastating earthquake and access essential health care services.
Help the Helpers
Project HOPE is standing with health care workers to fight the stigma of mental health care and #HelpTheHelpers during Mental Health Awareness Month.
Crisis in Ukraine: How To Help
Project HOPE is on the ground responding to the Ukraine crisis and is actively shipping essential medicines and medical supplies to assist Ukrainians. Learn more about this crisis and how you can help.
How Does Climate Change Impact Human Health?
Climate change isn’t a far-off possibility — it’s an urgent public health crisis that will cost millions of people their lives this year. Get the facts and learn more about how you can help.
Global Health Q&A: Dr. Nagesh Borse, Deputy Chief Health Officer
From COVID-19 to the Ukraine crisis, the threats to global health are urgent and far-reaching. But is there still reason to be optimistic? Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE Deputy Chief Health Officer, Dr. Nagesh Borse.
From the Field: The Red Crosses of Irpin
Read another dispatch from Project HOPE President and CEO Rabih Torbay, who has been on the ground assessing the devastation in Ukraine.
From the Field: What I Saw Inside a Trauma Ward in Kyiv
Project HOPE President and CEO Rabih Torbay shares his observations from inside a hospital in Kyiv, where the trauma of war is matched only by the resilience of Ukrainian health workers and citizens.
Project HOPE Seeks to Address Effects of War on Ukrainian Refugees and…
May is Mental Health Awareness Month