Women’s and Children’s Health in El Salvador
At the medical sites in El Salvador, women present with a myriad of problems from ovarian or breast cysts, uterine fibroids and infertility problems to general health issues such as headaches, stomach pains and hypothyroid.
How Far Would You Travel to Help a Friend?
Armando's boss and friend, drove him six hours across the Guatemalan border to arrive for the first surgical screening day in El Salvador.
Improvising to Provide Best Care in El Salvador
Faye Pyles, a seasoned HOPE volunteer nurse and Chief Nursing Officer on the mission offered a lesson in adaptability and improvising.
Providing Care in El Salvador
Earlier this summer, 21 Project HOPE volunteers provided medical care and health education in El Salvador. Read their stories.
Patient Care and Cardiac Training in Vietnam Continues
After a quick morning breakfast, we headed for the cath lab where there was already a crowd of patients lined up on stretchers awaiting our arrival.
Heart Care in Vietnam
Cardiologist, Dr. Frank Ing participated in the Vietnam Interventional Cardiology humanitarian mission in August. Read his diary.
Care Resumes in Haiti
After traveling 300 miles back from our out-to-sea excursion, and anchoring in Port-au-Prince during the pre-dawn hours, the excitement to get back to work seemed palpable.
First Hand Account from Cholera Outbreak in Haiti
Motivated by Haiti’s need for help and inspired by her patients’ incredible acts of kindness in Haiti, volunteer, Kerry Quealy tells her story.
Health Education Key to Work in Guatemala
While preparations for work in Guatemala take place ashore, onboard the USNS Comfort, many of the volunteers presented health care education seminars.
Witnessing HOPE’s Impact in the Delta
The nursing students at Delta State showed us equipment donated by Project HOPE’s partners, a hospital bed and a Ventriloscope, now being used in the simulation lab.
Visit With Mississippi’s Governor Haley Barbour
Governor Barbour encouraged Project HOPE to work with the Delta Health Alliance (DHA) to help further improve health in the Mississippi Delta.
Crisis in Ukraine Could Spiral Into Widespread Humanitarian…
Conflict in Ukraine could lead to hundreds of thousands of people being displaced and widespread medical needs nationwide; Project HOPE responds to urgent needs