On the Ground Blogs
In Kherson, ‘Water Is Worth Its Weight in Gold’
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has compromised one of the most essential building blocks of health: clean water. With support from USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance, Project HOPE is bringing it back.
How Psychologists Bring Healing in Ukraine
Amid the backdrop of war, Project HOPE psychologists are bringing hope and healing to thousands of people across Ukraine.
How Project HOPE Volunteers Empowered a New Generation of Neonatal…
In Sierra Leone, Project HOPE’s programming is transforming pregnancy and childbirth while equipping a new generation of neonatal nurses — all done by the work of volunteers.
We’re Taking Health Care Workers – a Bastion of our Societies – for…
These last three years of the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the crucial role that health care workers play in our society, our economy, and our security; yet, in every corner of the globe, we have allowed them to be pushed to their breaking point.
On the Ground: What Resiliency Looks Like in Ukraine
Read a dispatch from Project HOPE’s director of media relations from the front lines of conflict in Ukraine.
On the Ground: The Earthquake Damage You Don’t See
Read a dispatch from a Project HOPE team member deployed to our emergency response in Gaziantep, Türkiye.
The Three People Who Stuck With Me in 2022
A year-end message from Project HOPE President and CEO, Rabih Torbay.
Health Expert Voices: Reflections on 20th Anniversary of PEPFAR
This month, we commemorate World AIDS Day and celebrate the nearly 20 years of impact that PEPFAR has made in the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
On the Ground: The Day the Health Workers Returned
Ethiopia’s rural communities are bearing the brunt of a humanitarian crisis brought on by extreme drought and conflict. Read a dispatch from photographer James Buck on what he saw the day health care returned to a local community after more than a year.
On the Ground: 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.
On the Ground: 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.
5 Things to Know About Health Worker Burnout
Around the world, high rates of burnout are driving health workers away from their work. Learn more about the burden health workers carry, why many keep silent, and the implications for patient care.