On the Ground Blogs
HOPE Against All Odds
I work as a Pediatrician in a hospital in Ghana. We have volunteers come in several times a year, but here I was, now having an opportunity to be a volunteer to others, and uniquely, to my country of birth.
Mobilizing Communities to Fight HIV
Bridget is one of the community health workers in Malawi dedicated to reducing the burden of HIV and AIDS in her community.
Baby Morie, a 5-month-old baby girl in Bo District Hospital, had been crying nonstop for two days. Project HOPE volunteers intervened to save her life.
HOPE Volunteer Nurse Shares Knowledge with Chinese Nursing Students
Nurse Jacqueline Myers recently returned after serving as a Project HOPE volunteer, lecturing at Sanda University in Shanghai.
The Refugees Next Door: On World Refugee Day, Reminders of a…
Refugee organizations often concentrate more on the well-being of refugees than their host communities which can breed tensions between refugees and people who live in communities that have taken them in.
People Are People
HOPE volunteer Christine Booth recently served on a Pacific Partnership land-based mission trip in Vietnam.
Forever Grateful in Macedonia
HOPE volunteer Kylee Nelson served at the University Clinical Center for Pediatrics in Macedonia providing training to nurses.
The Experience of a Lifetime
Dr. Ketan Nadkarni was a recipient of the Dr. Charles A. Sanders and Project HOPE International Residency Scholarship 2016. He shares his experiences working at Project HOPE’s program site in Shanghai.
Where Will These People Go?
In 1999, the war in Kosovo forced 7-year-old Krenare Jashari‘s family to leave their home and become refugees in Macedonia. Nearly 17 years later, Krenare returned to Macedonia, this time to help others now caught up in the largest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II.
With a Little HOPE, a Baby Can Thrive
But with the nurturing and care of Project HOPE volunteers, Baby Tom and his young mother grew strong and were able to return to their home soon after the birth.
Budget Cuts for Aid Programs Are a False Economy
America is the linchpin of the system of global health development and humanitarian assistance.
Providing Care in the Shadows of HIV
In southwest Nigeria, Project HOPE is helping mitigate the threat of HIV for the country’s most vulnerable populations: women, children, and adolescents.
In Türkiye, Hope Returns in Clean Water
In rural villages of southern Türkiye, Project HOPE is installing solar water chlorination points to help tens of thousands of earthquake survivors access safe drinking water.