Health Posts Make for Healthy Pregnancies thanks to HOPE
Community Health Workers in Serang, Indonesia have been trained by Project HOPE. They encourage pregnant women to visit Health Posts where they receive better care.
HOPE-Attained Skills Help Midwife in Indonesia
Mrs. Lina, a midwife in Mancak, Indonesia recounts how the Saving Lives at Birth program gave her the skills and confidence to help a patient during a delivery.
Midwife Saves Newborn’s Life thanks to HOPE
Project HOPE training contributed to saving the life of a newborn baby in Serang, Indonesia.
Haiti: A Nation in Need
Hurricane Matthew has brought devastation, shock and trauma to Haiti. For some people here, this disaster has stirred up difficult memories of the last major disaster – the earthquake of 2010.
First Steps in Helping Haiti
Haiti is awash with broken buildings. Piles of fallen trees lay on the ground like heaps of huge match sticks. Trauma is palpable everywhere and our disaster relief team has wasted no time building potential partnerships with Haiti’s Ministry of Health to try to find a clear path forward for Haitians. Short and long-term needs of the Haitian people are a priority for those in government because food and water supplies, and homes and health systems were crumbled by the Category 4 storm that swept across the Caribbean.
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.
Why I Give
It was December, with her birthday and the holiday season fast approaching, when Giselle Rackley made a decision. A mother of three, she wanted something more meaningful than presents and a tree.
NEXTGen of HOPE
Approximately 120 young professionals in the D.C. area joined HOPE’s NEXTGeneration Leadership Board in support of the inaugural, “NEXTGen of HOPE Junior Gala.”
Why Give to An International Charity?
There are many reasons to make a donation to an international charity -- from having more impact in saving lives to effectively reaching the areas of the world that need the most help.
Project HOPE and Urban Plates Team up for Good Health for People…
This World Health Day, eat healthy at Urban Plates and bring HOPE around the world
Project HOPE Responds to Deadly Mozambique Cyclone
“Cyclone Idai was deadly. If we don’t act now, the aftermath will be deadlier.”