On the Ground Blogs
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.
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.
World Humanitarian Day: Passing It On
My understanding of the meaning of humanitarian is: to try to understand others and their needs and to care enough to be motivated to do something positive to make their lives better.
Volunteering Brings Enduring Gifts
I am asked, “What is humanitarianism?” I am repeatedly humbled by families who wait in long lines in hot and humid weather for me to examine their children.
Pieces of Humanity
Samantha Mangovski shares her Project HOPE experiences in a refugee transit center.
AIDS: We Must Not Forget
The world’s top HIV/AIDS experts are gathering in Durban, South Africa for the 21st International AIDS Conference - a meeting that fills me with hope that an opportunity is at hand to finally get the disease under control, but it’s an opportunity that is tempered with a little caution.
Maternal and Newborn Health Care Crisis in Sierra Leone
J. Beryl Brooks, the Developmental Clinic Coordinator for Improved Pregnancy Outcome at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, is part of a team of medical volunteers who traveled to Sierra Leone in May to conduct a rapid assessment of maternal and newborn health care in health facilities there.
Photos: Restoring Hope to Haiti’s Health Systems
Haiti’s growing humanitarian crisis has pushed the island’s health systems to the brink. See how Project HOPE is working inside hospitals and communities to strengthen access to the essential care Haitians need.
Born with HIV: Providing care for Zambia’s youth
In Zambia, Project HOPE is fighting the HIV epidemic by supporting vulnerable children and their caretakers with vital health, education, livelihood, protection, and other social services.