5 Reasons To Be Hopeful in 2022
Even as we face major threats to global health, we’re still making – and protecting – progress toward a healthier, more resilient world. Here are five global health trends to be optimistic about in 2022.
We Don’t Have To Accept Our ‘New Normal’
As we come to the end of another difficult year in global health, we must ask ourselves: What can we do to build a more equitable world?
What Our Global Team Members Will Remember from 2021
After another challenging year in global health, our team members around the world share their most memorable moments — and what they’ll take with them into 2022.
Will We Achieve The UN’s 95-95-95 Goals for HIV/AIDS?
Two years of COVID-19 — and the rapid rise of the Omicron variant — have threatened the world's progress to end HIV/AIDS. Are we on track to achieve the United Nations' ambitious goals? Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE’s Chilobe Kambikambi in Zambia.
Supporter Spotlight: ‘Your Voice Will Always Reach Someone’
Cristina Reyes built her online presence to make a difference — and raised over $10,000 streaming for Project HOPE. Learn more in this Q&A.
‘Be Kind To Yourself’: How Diabetes Shaped MLS Star Andy Rose On and…
Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Andy Rose was worried his diabetes diagnosis would affect his play on the field. Now, he says, it was a blessing in disguise.
‘You Can Do Anything With Diabetes’: Q&A With PWHPA Hockey Player…
Anissa Gamble was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was a child. But she didn't let her diagnosis slow her down, becoming a professional hockey player and now working toward a career as a diabetes researcher and clinician. Her message for others living with diabetes? Your diagnosis doesn't have to hold you back.
‘Women Can Change The World’
A powerful and passionate voice has emerged in Mexico’s struggle against COVID-19: young people. Through the National Committee of Youth, Project HOPE and AstraZeneca are giving young people in Mexico an opportunity to raise their voice for change — a chance that is especially powerful for young women.
Mental Health Awareness is Important. But Funding is Imperative.
COVID-19 has revealed the scale of our global mental health crisis. But are we willing to invest in the solutions to address it?
Volunteer Voices: Safeguarding Mental Health on the Navajo Nation
As a psychiatrist and Project HOPE volunteer, Dr. Cristina Riley-Lazo has helped Navajo health care workers cope with intense stress, burnout, and grief. What are the unique challenges these health workers face? And what does it reveal about our understanding of mental health care?
Photos: Bringing Hope to the Aftermath of Haiti’s Earthquake
The August earthquake was another devastating blow for Haiti, which is still reckoning with the toll of previous disasters.
Crisis in Ukraine Could Spiral Into Widespread Humanitarian…
Conflict in Ukraine could lead to hundreds of thousands of people being displaced and widespread medical needs nationwide; Project HOPE responds to urgent needs