HOPE-Attained Skills Help Midwife in Indonesia
Mrs. Lina, a midwife in Mancak, Indonesia recounts how the Saving Lives at Birth program gave her the skills and confidence to help a patient during a delivery.
Midwife Saves Newborn’s Life thanks to HOPE
Project HOPE training contributed to saving the life of a newborn baby in Serang, Indonesia.
First Steps in Helping Haiti
Haiti is awash with broken buildings. Piles of fallen trees lay on the ground like heaps of huge match sticks. Trauma is palpable everywhere and our disaster relief team has wasted no time building potential partnerships with Haiti’s Ministry of Health to try to find a clear path forward for Haitians. Short and long-term needs of the Haitian people are a priority for those in government because food and water supplies, and homes and health systems were crumbled by the Category 4 storm that swept across the Caribbean.
Half My Heart is Still in Haiti
Fresh from hurricane-stricken Haiti, Andrea Dunne-Sosa, Project HOPE’s Director of Global Volunteer Programs and the Americas Region, reflects on the experience.
How HOPE Helps Others
One Day at a Time
In my first 12 months as HOPE’s new President and CEO, I’ve been privileged to visit colleagues in 13 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
A Medical Volunteer in India Helps a Community | Project HOPE
Jovin Panthapattu discusses his time helping with the pharmacy needs of a community outreach clinic while volunteering with Project HOPE at the ASRAM hospital in Vijayawada, India.
HOPE Conquers Fear
Maemunah, a community health volunteer, is grateful to Project HOPE for teaching her about the danger signs during pregnancy.
Story of Chen Min and Her Son, “Little Ocean”
Chen Min tells the story of her realization that her son, “Little Ocean,” had epilepsy, and how the Rainbow Bridge program has helped him and his family.
Positivity after a Troubling Diagnosis
Song WanPeng, a father of a child with epilepsy, tells his story.
HOPE for a Daughter with Epilepsy
Through this activity, we understood that epilepsy is not a terrible event. With the support of modern medical technology, it could be controlled completely and possibly even be cured.
Helping my Child with Epilepsy
I attended the family weekend in Shenyang, Liaoning Province in June 2016, which was organized by Project HOPE as part of the organization’s Supporting Children and Families with Epilepsy Initiative in China.
4 Facts: The State of Women in Health Care
Women health care workers are the backbone and heartbeat of strong health systems. Here are four facts to better understand their contributions to global health and the gender inequities that stand in their way.
Q&A: Are Infectious Disease Epidemics Spiraling Out of Control?
Monkeypox, COVID-19, meningitis, polio — the list of infectious diseases seems to be increasing around the world. Is this a new threat to global health? What causes vaccine hesitation? And what role does misinformation play? Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE Chief Health Officer Dr. Tom Kenyon and Deputy Chief Health Officer Dr. Nagesh Borse.