Unexpected Stay at Remote Medical Site Proves Awesome
Christina Grass had an adventurous day as she flew in by helicopter to a remote medical site in Ainaro, a small town south of the capital city of Timor-Leste, Dili.
HOPEmobile Providing Health Screenings and Education in New Mexico
Today, I want to tell you about a powerful partnership that is improving the health of people right here in the United States.
Volunteers Respond to Emergency in Colombia
Yesterday, we received four Colombian civilians injured by an IED (improvised explosive device). The patients were flown from 35 miles away to the USNS Comfort for urgent care.
HOPE Pledges Continued Medical Volunteer Support in Japan
Governor Tasso expressed his appreciation for Project HOPE's tenacity in providing medical assistance along the devastated northeast coast of the Tohoku region.
Supporting Life Changing Operations in Ecuador
Project HOPE volunteer Molly Rubinoff moved quickly throughout the Pediatric Post-Op unit, stopping only to fill out paperwork.
Birthing Babies in Cameroon
We have had three sets of twins born, while I have been working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Maria Rosa Nsisim Hospital in Cameroon.
Volunteers Treat 300 at Remote Medical Site in Tonga
HOPE volunteers completed their long day of care satisfied, knowing that together, they provided medical care and health counsel to nearly 300 Tongans.
Holy Family Hospital Israel
I was asked by one of HOPE's major donors to visit with the leadership of the Holy Family Hospital in Nazareth to share observations gained from our three children's hospitals, in Poland, China and Iraq.
The HOPE Centre Approach is Unique
The HOPE Centre approach is unique first and foremost, because there isn't anyone else in South Africa working to prevent chronic disease.
Mobile Health Screenings in Dallas
Project HOPE volunteers kicked off the first of many free mobile health screenings at Cliff Baptist Church in Dallas.
Inspiring Health Programs Still Face Challenges
The Delta faces a shortfall of nurses and not enough staff to deliver all the health education outreach needed by its communities.
Project HOPE Awarded Grant to Improve COVID-19 Vaccination Rates in…
Funding from Health Resources and Services Administration will expand community-based efforts to increase COVID-19 vaccine confidence in Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Georgia, and Alabama
Faces of HOPE: Community Health Workers
In Houston and McAllen, Texas, community health workers are the critical link between their communities and local clinics, going the extra miles to earn trust and reach the state’s most underserved populations.