Earthquake’s Youngest Victims Bring Inspiration and Smiles to…
Despite the devastation here in Nepal, working with the earthquake’s youngest victims, the children, is rewarding and inspiring. The selflessness of the children, towards their families and each other, has been the most touching thing I've seen.
A Message of HOPE on Mother’s Day
We train local medical doctors, midwives, nurses and other critical health personnel in safe motherhood practices...
One Man’s Desperate Search For His Family in Nepal
Kenly Flanigan, HOPE’s Volunteer Coordinator has been on the ground in Nepal since Wednesday. While traveling to Nepal for HOPE, she met a Nepalese-born man on her plane from Chicago. The man’s story is just one of many in the massive tragedy, where thousands of survivors are trapped in a desperate search to find family members.
The Story Nobody Knows About – Bohol Earthquake
The Cebu City Medical Center was badly damaged by the Bohol earthquake in October, 2013. Shortly after the earthquake, the typhoon hit. Project HOPE is helping supply the hospital with badly needed medicines and supplies.
HOPE Staff Arrive in Kathmandu to Prepare Way for Volunteers and…
Our first priority is to secure logistics to get urgently needed medicines into Nepal and to get HOPE medical volunteers to the locations in most critical need of medical care and assistance.
Improving the Health of Women and Children in Indonesia
Project HOPE is currently working with MSD and local NGO, Yayasan Kusuma Buana (YKB), at five factories in the area, over a three year period, with opportunities to expand further. The program provides train-the-trainer health education, supervises the development and management of a volunteer core team.
Building Women’s and Children’s Health in the Philippines
John P. Howe, III, M.D., President and CEO of Project HOPE, visits health facilities in Bantayan Island, the Philippines that have been helped by Project HOPE.
Medical Needs Growing for Syrian Refugees In Turkey
I am here in Turkey along with HOPE’s team of experts for one week to visit with key leadership and to see the impact we are making here.
Helping Babies Breathe in the Dominican Republic
Helping Babies Breathe is a great evidence-based program that is known to work and be sustainable if taught and utilized, and future volunteers could become master trainers and teach courses around the globe.
Haiti’s Disabled Make Strides for a Better Life
The Rehabilitation and Reintegration program has helped 5,229 people in Haiti.
Q&A: Are Infectious Disease Epidemics Spiraling Out of Control?
Mpox, COVID-19, meningitis, polio — the list of infectious diseases seems to be increasing around the world. Is this a new threat to global health? What causes vaccine hesitation? And what role does misinformation play? Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE Chief Health Officer Dr. Tom Kenyon and Deputy Chief Health Officer Dr. Nagesh Borse.
Mpox: What You Need To Know
What is mpox? How does the disease spread? And how concerned should you be? Here are a few common questions and answers.
After Six Months of War, Project HOPE’s Impact in Ukraine Grows
Russia's invasion of Ukraine upended the lives of millions of Ukrainians and touched off a massive humanitarian emergency. Six months later, Project HOPE is still on the ground in and around Ukraine, responding to the most urgent health needs.