Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Refugees’ Health?
World Refugee Day is June 20 — a day to stand with refugees and displaced people around the world. But how much do you know about the health issues refugees face? Test your knowledge with this quick six-question quiz.
Supporter Spotlight: How One Artist Used Twitch To Support India
When cases of COVID-19 surged in India, Nadia Dar decided to use her Twitch channel to support relief efforts — a cause close to her heart and heritage. Learn more in this Q&A.
Q&A: How Do You Prepare When Hurricane Season Never Ends?
As the 2021 hurricane season begins, communities around the world are still grappling with the long-term damage of previous disasters. Our team members in Bahamas and Honduras share what that looks like and their greatest concerns for the months ahead.
In Rural Indonesia, A Midwife Can Mean Everything
Fewer than half of women in rural Indonesia give birth in health facilities. Thanks to Project HOPE, midwives like Fani are standing in the gap to protect women’s health and bring their babies safely into the world.
Women Carry An Undue Mental Health Burden. They Shouldn’t Have To.
Like so many other global health issues, the burdens of mental health fall hardest on women. Building a more equitable world means acknowledging — and addressing — that gap.
Project HOPE, New York Life Foundation Partnering for Navajo Nation
Thanks to generous support from the New York Life Foundation, Project HOPE is bolstering support for health care workers fighting COVID-19 in Navajo Nation, one of the hardest-hit areas in the U.S.
How Do You Protect Your Child’s Health In Malawi? Talk About It.
With Project HOPE’s support, parents in rural Malawi are more prepared to protect what matters most: their children’s health and well-being.
Project HOPE Responding to COVID-19 Surge in India and Nepal
Hospitals are at capacity across India and Nepal due to a devastating surge of COVID-19. Project HOPE is rapidly mobilizing critically needed medical equipment and PPE to help health workers respond.
What Do Health Inequities Look Like Around the World?
Health inequities can look wildly different depending on where you live — from the presence of oxygen in an ambulance to the depiction of women on TV. Here are some of the inequities Project HOPE team members see in their communities around the world.
Quiz: What Do You Know About Health Equity?
Test your knowledge around issues of health equity in this quick six-question quiz.
What You Need to Know About Health Equity
Every day, millions of people go without the basic health services they need to live a full and healthy life. Learn more about how Project HOPE is working to build a more equitable world.
Indonesian Health Care Workers Bear the Burden of New COVID-19 Wave
As the current COVID-19 surge infects and kills health care workers across Indonesia, Project HOPE prepares the country's health workforce to cope with their harrowing experiences on the frontline.
Africa's Lack of Vaccine Is Not the Only Reason for Slow Vaccine…
As Africa records the world’s lowest COVID-19 vaccination rate, the emergence of more contagious variants increases, as well as the risk for the first generation of vaccines to become ineffective. While insufficient COVID-19 vaccine supply across the continent has contributed to a low vaccination rate, Project HOPE found that several factors have contributed to a slow vaccine rollout in Africa.
Project HOPE Partners with Latter-day Saint Charities to Mobilize…
In response to India’s COVID-19 crisis, Project HOPE, a global health and humanitarian organization, has partnered with Latter-day Saint Charities to mobilize lifesaving oxygen and medical supplies. This support comes at a time where immediate and sustained support are paramount to assisting the people of India through a catastrophic public health crisis while striving toward recovery.