4 Facts: Project HOPE’s 2021 Impact
Project HOPE reached more than 3 million people around the world last year. Learn more about our impact and how your support is helping improve access to health care in communities that need it most.
Photos: Inside The Clinics Vaccinating Communities Across the South
With support from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Project HOPE is helping charitable clinics vaccinate underserved communities across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas.
In Ethiopia, Millions Go Hungry as Drought and Conflict Spread
In the Horn of Africa, severe drought, ongoing conflict, and widespread displacement are putting millions of lives on the line. Read more about how Project HOPE is providing emergency relief to those facing this devastating emergency.
Project HOPE donates medical equipment to hospital affected by floods…
Back in July 2021, the Henan Province of China had been affected by flooding caused by a long period of heavy rainfall with a record-breaking maximum rainfall of 201.9mm/hr (7.95in/hr), seen in the capital, Zhengzhou.
4 Facts: What is a Complex Crisis?
Many countries around the world are in protracted crises, enduring the challenges of disease outbreaks, natural disasters, or longstanding conflict all at once. Here are four facts to better understand complex crises and their impact on health.
Ukraine: A Humanitarian Disaster With Long-Term Consequences
The conflict in Ukraine is taking a devastating toll on the country's most vulnerable — and the consequences may endure for years.
From The Field: The Enduring Strength of Ukraine’s Refugees
On World Refugee Day, Project HOPE honors the strength and courage of the 20 million refugees who have sought safety around the world — including the women and children who have fled Ukraine.
The Ripple Effects of a Hurricane
Hurricanes have ripple effects that can resonate through health systems for years after a storm strikes. And marginalized communities feel them the most.
4 Facts: The Health Challenges Refugees Face
Humanity recently passed a sobering milestone: For the first time, 100 million people are now forcibly displaced worldwide. And the health challenges they face are substantial. Here are four things to know.
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.
What Women Want: User-Centric Approach to HIV Prevention Methods
USAID-Funded Study to be Presented by Project HOPE at AIDS 2022