Indonesia: Devastation as far as the eye can see
"I’ve been to many disasters as an emergency responder, but this one is definitely one of the worst. And this is just Palu. I can’t even imagine the situation in other cities."
Tsunami Strikes Indonesia
On Friday September 28, powerful earthquakes shook Indonesia, triggering a tsunami with ten-foot waves. The events devastated the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, killing over 1,580 while injuring and displacing thousands more. Homes, public buildings, roads, bridges—destroyed. Find all the facts you need to know about this horrific tragedy, including updates from our team on the ground.
Tuberculosis Is A Threat To Global Health Security
TB has been a priority at Project HOPE throughout our sixty-year history.
World Leaders Must Cement Political Commitment to Fight TB
The WHO estimates that a quarter of people in the world have latent tuberculosis – which means they have been infected with the TB bacteria but have not yet developed the disease.
Surviving Hurricane Maria
Nayeli Pagan still remembers the first harrowing hours after Hurricane Maria made landfall in 2017, the sound of the howling wind and her fear that she would run out of the diabetes medication she needed to stay alive.
Field Update: Displaced Venezuelans In Urgent Need of Help
Project HOPE ‘s Teresa Narvaez visited Colombia and Ecuador in September to prepare for HOPE’s response to the Venezuelan crisis. Read her first-person account and learn how to help.
Venezuelan Crisis: How To Help
Thousands of displaced Venezuelans are pouring across the border with Colombia each day, escaping extreme food and medicine shortages and exponential inflation. Project HOPE is on the ground in Colombia to support the country's strained health care system. Get the facts about the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and learn more about how to help.
After the Storm: Reflecting on Harvey One Year On
The first of a deadly trio of hurricanes, Harvey smashed into Houston with winds of more than 130 mph, on August 25, 2017.
The Recipe that Saved a Life
Thousands of infants in Ebonyi State, where Chinyere lives, come from families devastated by HIV/AIDS. More than 10 percent of children in the region are considered acutely malnourished, which makes children vulnerable to mental disabilities, infectious diseases and even premature death.
Honoring Global Medical Volunteers on World Humanitarian Day
On World Humanitarian Day, Project HOPE honors more than 1,000 doctors, nurses and other health professionals who power its humanitarian missions in partnership with the U.S. Navy and Air Force.
Saving Yemen: Project HOPE Teams up to Launch Highly Coordinated Response
Meeting health and nutrition needs are top priorities for new Humanitarian Alliance for Yemen
Project HOPE Calls For Continued Foreign Aid Amidst Global Crises Threatening Lives and Livelihoods
90 humanitarian and development organizations urge the U.S. administration to reconsider freezing funds for U.S. foreign assistance programs