On the Front Lines: How HOPE Equips Health Workers to Save Lives
World Health Day shines a light on the vital role nurses and midwives play around the world. But as health workers fight to stem the COVID-19 pandemic, it also highlights the urgency to equip them with the tools and training they need.
The World’s Deadliest Infectious Diseases: 5 Things to Know…
March 24 marks World Tuberculosis Day — a day to raise awareness around the world’s deadliest communicable disease, and call for accelerated action to prevent and control it.
COVID-19 Pandemic: How Project HOPE is Responding
Get the latest about Project HOPE's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Pandemic: What You Need To Know
Project HOPE has mounted a global response to COVID-19, focusing on equipping frontline health care workers with personal protective equipment and training them with the skills they need. Learn more about how you can help.
How You Can Help Health Workers During the Coronavirus Pandemic
As millions of lives are threatened by COVID-19, Project HOPE is delivering critically-needed supplies and training to front-line health workers fighting the outbreak. Here's how you can help.
Photos: Mothers in Indonesia Couldn’t Reach Care, So it Came to Them
For mothers in western Java, care is often out of reach. Project HOPE is helping change that — empowering midwives and volunteers to support them through monthly wellness fairs held in their own neighborhoods.
Photos: Inside China’s Fight to Stop COVID-19
Tens of millions of people remain under lockdown in China as doctors and nurses work tirelessly to fight COVID-19, a virus that has now reached every corner of the world. Here’s what that battle looks like from the inside.
Staff Spotlight: ‘Without Health, Nothing Matters’
Project HOPE was Dr. Vlatko Uzevski’s first job out of medical school 13 years ago — and he’s been with us ever since.
At the Epicenter of the Coronavirus, A Generation of HOPE Nurses…
Health workers in Wuhan, China could have never anticipated a global health emergency would strike in their city. But thanks to the HOPE School of Nursing, many of them are well-equipped to face it.
‘The Emergency Is Not Over’: A Q&A from the Epicenter of the…
Puerto Rico is recovering from a series of major earthquakes that have destroyed thousands of homes and left crowds of people sleeping outside. Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE’s Elsy Benitez-Vargas, who is on the ground in Puerto Rico.
COVID-19 & Variants Remain Unresolved Crises as Global Leaders Convene
Project HOPE cites Global Health Security Agenda, urges unified global action to accelerate vaccine access, equity & production with billions of people still at risk of infection
Hurricane Ida Leaves Thousands of Louisianans in Need of Urgent…
Local health systems navigate power outages & COVID-19 crisis; Project HOPE responds with health care reinforcements, PPE & medical supplies