On the Ground Blogs
Volunteer Voices: Have You Met COVID-19?
What is it like on the front lines of a devastating virus? Read the latest dispatch from a Project HOPE volunteer nurse deployed to Navajo Nation in Shiprock, New Mexico.
On the Ground Update: Sierra Leone
As the country recovers from natural disasters, health crises and political instability, challenges continue
On the Ground Update: Venezuelan Families Struggle Amid Worsening…
Christine Bragale, Project HOPE’s head of public engagement, visited Project HOPE’s programs in Cúcuta, Colombia and shares what she’s seeing.
Kangaroo Mother Care Can Be a Family Affair
Project HOPE volunteer teaches families to help their tiny babies thrive
Ying’s Story of HOPE
When Ying was 14 years old, he was diagnosed with Leukemia. It was a long and trying road to recovery but the doctors and nurses at Shanghai Children's Medical Center saved his life.
Haiti’s Health Workers: Finding Resilience In Disasters
The resilience of the Haitian people was tested once again recently when a 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck near the northwestern city of Port-au-Paix on Oct. 6, killing at least 14 people and injuring 200 others.
Volunteer Kendra Dilcher’s Story
First-time Project HOPE volunteer Kendra Dilcher discovers her career focus while working with children in Latin America.
Anything is Possible…but Puerto Rico is Far from Recovered
As an Eli Lilly and Company Connecting Hearts Abroad volunteer, registered nurse and health and safety consultant Sue Flower helped Project HOPE bring relief to the many Puerto Rican residents still in need. She shares her experiences and is reminded of the work still left to do.
The Heartbreaking Plight, and Inspiring Heroism, of Guatemala’s…
“Each visit to a patient is heartbreaking because for many, we are their only hope,” Project HOPE medical volunteer, Sheila Cardwell, on Project HOPE’s work in Guatemala. Read about one family’s horrific plight one month after the Fuego volcano erupted.