More than Medicine
A nurse educator and Project HOPE volunteer teaches nursing students volunteerism.
Helping Moms Have Safe Deliveries in the Philippines
Project HOPE is training maternity staff from hospitals in the Philippines the PROMPT program to save lives during obstetric emergencies
Helping Others with HIV in the Dominican Republic
I have been able to help many HIV+ patients and families – teaching them how to be healthy and be positive about living with their condition.
Diabetes Assessment in Dubai
Stefan Lawson, Project HOPE's Global Lead, Non-communicable Diseases, recently travelled to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to assess how Project HOPE can help local authorities tackle the large and growing problem of diabetes among its residents
Nurse on Pacific Partnership 2015 First Volunteered with Project HOPE…
When I greeted Pat on the ship I was excited to discover that she was one of the original Project HOPE nurses.
Helping Young Patients in India
Amy Montes reflects on her experience volunteering for Project HOPE at NRI General Hospital in Vijayawada, India.
Volunteers Help Refugees with a Variety of Ailments
In this second blog, volunteer nurse Louisa Reade continues recounting her experiences volunteering with Project HOPE at the Gevgelija Transit Center in Macedonia.
Volunteer Nurse Journals about Helping Refugees Crossing into…
Louisa Reade, RN, a nurse from Ashland, OR blogs about the initial days of her three-week volunteer mission with Project HOPE in November 2015 to provide medical care to refugees crossing into Macedonia from Greece.
Supporting Health for All on Universal Health Coverage Day
Project HOPE's Senior Program Officer for Noncommunicable Diseases blogs about the importance of ensuring that NCDs are part of the discussion in the global movement toward universal health coverage.
The Never-Ending Line
Volunteer photojournalist Ted Wendel describes the masses of people seeking to get into Western Europe by way of the Gevgelija Transit Center in Macedonia, where Project HOPE is helping with donated medicines and volunteer assistance.
Our Favorite Photos of 2022
In Ukraine, Haiti, Colombia, and beyond, Project HOPE’s photographers saw the best of humanity in 2022. Here are some of our favorite shots from the year.
4 Facts: HIV/AIDS
More than 38 million people are living with HIV or AIDS around the world—and access to treatment is not spread equally. Get the facts and learn more about what Project HOPE is doing to help.