6 Numbers That Underscore the Health Crisis in Yemen
After six years of war, the humanitarian crisis in Yemen is the worst on earth, with 80% of the population in need of humanitarian assistance. Here are six numbers that tell the story of the country's massive health crisis.
We Are Project HOPE: Teresa Narvaez, Dominican Republic
Teresa Narvaez has spent more than 30 years helping save the lives of countless mothers and babies across Ecuador and the Dominican Republic.
‘Miles On A Mission’ Can Use Your Airline Miles to Make a Difference
Thanks to donated miles from United MileagePlus Members and United Airlines, Project HOPE is able to deliver lifesaving support to health care workers and vulnerable communities around the world.
COVID-19 One Year Later: Timeline of a Pandemic
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. A year later, we reflect on Project HOPE's global response, which has reached 150 countries.
It’s Time to Rethink Our Approach to Women’s Health
COVID-19 has impacted women disproportionately, erasing decades of gains in global health. We can rebuild toward a more equitable future — starting by viewing women’s health through a life-course approach.
We Are Project HOPE: Dr. Uche Ralph-Opara, Nigeria
Like many health challenges, HIV/AIDS impacts women disproportionately — especially in sub-Saharan Africa. Meet a team member at the heart of Project HOPE's work to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Nigeria.
Improving the Odds for Women and Children in the Dominican Republic
In partnership with the Elsa and Peter Soderberg Charitable Foundation, Project HOPE is strengthening quality primary health care services for women and children in the community of Los Rieles.
Volunteer Voices: What COVID’s Trauma Taught Me
Spending six weeks in a critical COVID ward taught Lisa Bartleson one thing: respect for the health care workers and patients who found the will to keep fighting.
In Beirut, One Moment Changed Life Forever
Six months after one of the biggest non-nuclear explosions in history, Lebanon struggles to move forward and control COVID-19 while the health system reaches the verge of collapse.
The One Thing We Must Get Right Before the Next Pandemic
COVID-19 has taught us hard lessons about our nation's pandemic readiness. If we are willing to take action, we can avoid repeating them.
‘Triple Emergency’: Honduras’ Long Road to Recovery
Nearly three months after Hurricanes Eta and Iota, Honduras continues to rebuild while battling its biggest health threats: a lack of clean water and the spread of COVID-19. Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE’s Team Lead Emmanuel Escoto.
AIDS at 40
Marking progress through global investment, Project HOPE urges continued coordination, education & action worldwide to address equity gaps & end AIDS epidemic
Project HOPE Welcomes Gaza Ceasefire, Calls for Unimpeded Humanitarian…
Project HOPE welcomes the ceasefire announced Thursday between Israel and the Palestinian armed groups, and calls for immediate, full and unhindered access of humanitarian aid to Gaza as needed to provide critical relief and support reconstruction efforts.
$1M Grant from Center for Disaster Philanthropy COVID-19 Response Fund…
Project HOPE’s global Mental Health and Resilience Training for Health Care Workers has been granted $1 million from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy COVID-19 Response Fund. Launching this month, Project HOPE will implement the mental health resilience training on five continents in some of the most vulnerable countries and communities.