Born with HIV: Providing care for Zambia’s youth
In Zambia, Project HOPE is fighting the HIV epidemic by supporting vulnerable children and their caretakers with vital health, education, livelihood, protection, and other social services.
Sudan Crisis: How to Help
Sudan’s health system is on the verge of collapse as violent conflict continues. Learn more about what’s happening and what Project HOPE is doing to help.
The Day Displacement Changed My Life
In honor of World Refugee Day, hear from four refugees on how displacement upended their lives and the breadth of challenges that come when you’re forced to seek safety.
Pride and Health: How Policy Change Promotes LGBTQI+ Well-Being
As the world commemorates Pride Month, Project HOPE recognizes the importance of policy change to ensure equal rights to health care for members of the LGBTQI+ community.
5 Things to Know About Health Worker Burnout
Around the world, high rates of burnout are driving health workers away from their work. Learn more about the burden health workers carry, why many keep silent, and the implications for patient care.
In Kherson, ‘Water Is Worth Its Weight in Gold’
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has compromised one of the most essential building blocks of health: clean water. With support from USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance, Project HOPE is bringing it back.
The Ukrainian Refugee Psychologists of Krakow
Thanks to support from Project HOPE, a psychological center in Krakow, Poland has become a safe workplace for Ukrainian psychologists to fulfill their passion while they help their fellow refugees.
5 Things to Know About Central American Migration
Record numbers of migrants are transiting through Mexico in search of safety and security. Learn more about the greatest risks and health challenges they face.
How Psychologists Bring Healing in Ukraine
Amid the backdrop of war, Project HOPE psychologists are bringing hope and healing to thousands of people across Ukraine.
What Does It Mean To Be a Midwife?
There’s a global need for 1.1 million more sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn and adolescent health (SRMNAH) workers, mostly midwives in Africa. Learn more about the essential role of midwives in Sierra Leone in this Q&A with Project HOPE newborn consultant Banneh Daramy.
Video: The Value of Free and Charitable Clinics
Thanks to support from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Project HOPE is helping free and charitable clinics across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas expand access to COVID-19 vaccines and reach underserved and uninsured communities.