Refugees Seeking HOPE
HOPE staff connected with some of the women, children and men fleeing Syria for a better life. Here are their stories
HOPE Makes Strides in Respiratory Health in China
Linda Heitzman travels to China to witness first-hand the progress Project HOPE is making against respiratory diseases.
Volunteer Helps with Transformative Surgery for Baby with Cleft Lip
It was a very special experience to witness the dramatic difference made in this boy’s life, and I am very glad to be a part of the incredible team working to make that difference in as many children's lives as possible on Pacific Partnership 2015.
Being Human Calls Medical Volunteers into Disaster Zones
We understandably escape from the fire, evacuate the danger zone, and protect ourselves from harm. So, what is it that makes someone run into the fire, go toward the danger zone, and stand in harm’s way?
Bringing Cleaner Water to Fiji
At places like clinics, hospitals, schools, and nursing stations, water is still boiled to rid it of impurities and bacteria. So we brought the filters to be installed in those locations.
Mass Casualty Drill aboard Hospital Ship USNS Mercy with Hospital…
One of the more compelling drills was the mass casualty drill. The ship’s nursing department simulated a disaster scenario to which the Mercy had to respond.
Healthier Moms and Babies
HOPE programs are improving maternal and newborn care and health in Indonesia, which one of the highest maternal mortality rates in southeast Asia,
Portable ‘Clinic In A Can’ Brings HOPE to Communities Fighting Ebola…
I am thrilled to report that four "Clinic In A Can" units have safely arrived in Sierra Leone.
It Takes a Workplace
HealthWorks program impacting about 11,600 women in five factories in Indonesia.
Supporting Breastfeeding Moms in Workplace
Another sign that the factory is integrating new health initiatives into their business practices is there is now an official policy for supporting breastfeeding signed by the factory president. Bottle feeding with formula has become very common in Indonesia, and among factory workers it is more challenging to breastfeed since they are not with their children during the day.
We Are Project HOPE: Dr. Anne Chasny, Indonesia
Through the Saving Lives at Birth program, Project HOPE has transformed pregnancy and delivery for thousands of women in Indonesia. Meet one of the team members helping lead that program and hear about the challenges of being a mother in rural Indonesia.