Earthquake in Morocco: How to Help
Project HOPE is responding to the major earthquake in Morocco with our partner SAMU. Get the latest updates and learn how you can help.
How Yerika Found Prenatal Care at Her Doorstep
In a rural neighborhood of the Dominican Republic, an expectant mother prepares for her first child with the help of a community health worker and Project HOPE.
Hurricane Idalia: Project HOPE’s Response
Project HOPE’s Emergency Response Team deployed in the aftermath of Hurricane Idalia to deliver hygiene items and other essential supplies to protect the health needs of affected communities.
Day in the Life: Dr. Regine Necessaire, Haiti
Come alongside Project HOPE's site lead in southern Haiti to see what it's like organizing a humanitarian response to strengthen the nation’s health system.
Day in the Life: Natalia, Ukraine
Come alongside one of Project HOPE's program officers in Kherson, Ukraine to see what it's like living inside one of the most severe humanitarian crises on earth.
The App That Will Help Dominican Youth Protect Their Health
Project HOPE’s 5 Star Youth program is working to reduce the number of teen pregnancies in the Dominican Republic by reaching adolescents with the education they need — including a mobile app to help manage their health.
Providing Care in the Shadows of HIV
In southwest Nigeria, Project HOPE is helping mitigate the threat of HIV for the country’s most vulnerable populations: women, children, and adolescents.
In Türkiye, Hope Returns in Clean Water
In rural villages of southern Türkiye, Project HOPE is installing solar water chlorination points to help tens of thousands of earthquake survivors access safe drinking water.
‘People are Psychologically Collapsing’: A Q&A from Sudan
More than half of people in Sudan require urgent humanitarian support. Learn more about the crisis in this Q&A with Shaza Mohamed, executive director of our local partner, Nada Elazhar for Disaster Prevention and Sustainable Development (NADA).
5 Things to Know About the Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan
Conflict has raged inside Sudan for more than 100 days, leaving the country’s health systems and citizens in a devastating humanitarian crisis. Here are five things to know about what’s happening.
On the Ground: Inside the Flooded Homes of Kherson
The June 6 destruction of the Kakhovka Dam in Ukraine was a catastrophic turn in the war for Ukrainians in the region. Project HOPE visited residents to see the devastation firsthand.