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.
End-of-Life Nursing Education training was recently held at the Wuhan University HOPE School of Nursing in China. Carma Erickson-Hurt, a Project HOPE volunteer, gave the two-day seminar.
World AIDS Day: A Rallying Call to End AIDS in Namibia By 2030
The consensus among delegates here is that if we are going to stop the epidemic in Namibia we will need to increase efforts and investments because aside from the challenges of starting in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Namibia, finishing the fight is most difficult part of this massive and complex effort.
A Year of HOPE 2017
Our programs and professionals made tangible strides in building health capacity across the globe in 2016. Our volunteers inspired health workers every day in hospitals and clinics that serve the most vulnerable patients – newborns and their mothers.
World AIDS Day: HOPE in Namibia
On this World AIDS Day, I am feeling very inspired by colleagues in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Namibia, the same country where I first decided to join the fight quite a few years ago.
Key Global Health Trends To Watch in 2023
Last year was another busy year for the global health community, from responding to emerging diseases to rebuilding health systems as the pandemic disrupted routine health services globally. As the new year begins and we navigate the post-pandemic era, what is at the top of Project HOPE’s global health agenda? Here are five topics we anticipate will lead global health headlines in 2023.
Project HOPE Launches Cholera Response in Haiti
Project HOPE is responding to the deadly spread of cholera in Haiti with medical surge staff, medicines, medical supplies, sanitation interventions, community health workers, and more.