Fact or Fiction: 6 Myths About COVID-19
As scientists continue to learn more about COVID-19, the world faces a double threat: the spread of the virus, and the spread of misinformation around it. Here are some common myths related to the virus.
Earthquake In Indonesia: What You Need To Know
A powerful 6.2 earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on January 15. At least 40,000 people are displaced, 84 have been killed, and hundreds injured. Learn more about this crisis and how you can help.
Supporter Profile: Julia Maddalina Paints for HOPE
A young artist is using her talent — and the power of social media — to tell the stories of health workers working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more in this Q&A.
6 Opportunities We Have To Advance Global Health in 2021
Last year exposed the gaps in global health, and now it’s time to reverse some of the losses. Here’s an overview of some of our greatest opportunities this year — and what Project HOPE is doing to address them.
COVID-19 in Navajo Nation: How Project HOPE is Responding
Navajo Nation has faced a heavy load of COVID-19 cases, with more than 1 in 10 people on the reservation having contracted the virus. Learn more about how Project HOPE is partnering with Indian Health Services to help.
From NCDs to COVID-19, Boston Scientific Support Spans Two Decades
COVID-19 is unlike any public health crisis we’ve ever seen, but it’s only one of many threats to global health. Even amid a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, other threats are lurking — especially noncommunicable diseases, which are the leading cause of death worldwide.
COVID-19 Showed How Interconnected We Are. To Move Forward, We Must…
After an unprecedented year, what lessons will we carry with us into 2021?
Supporter Profile: Taylor Baldwin Streams for HOPE
As the world becomes increasingly digital in the context of COVID-19, Project HOPE is leveraging new platforms like Twitch to rally support. Learn more in this Q&A with Taylor Baldwin, Project HOPE’s first charity Twitch partner.
Honoring the Volunteers at the Heart of Our Mission
Since our founding in 1958, volunteers have been essential to Project HOPE’s mission. Our volunteers are a select group of subject matter experts representing diverse specialties, working to support communities in underserved regions to ensure that health workers have the knowledge, tools, and support systems they need to achieve better health outcomes.
What Our Global Team Members Are Thankful for This Year
Despite a year of unprecedented challenges, Project HOPE's global team members helped reach nearly 1 million people around the world this year. Here's what they're thankful for most.
9 Ways You Made A Difference This Year
Thanks to your support, Project HOPE reached nearly 1 million people this year. Here are just a few of the ways you helped us build a healthier world.
One Year After Beirut Blast, Lebanon Is Running Out of Chances
As the first anniversary of the deadly Beirut explosion approaches, life has only become more unbearable for millions of Lebanese people who have seen their living conditions deteriorate, forcing some of them to leave the country.
Maternal Deaths in Parts of Indonesia Surpass 2020 Total in Just Two…
Maternal mortality rates have more than doubled across two Indonesian districts with nearly 70 percent from direct COVID-19 infection, reports Project HOPE
Africa’s Third COVID-19 Wave Is Not Over, Continent Should Brace for…
Although the trend in new COVID-19 infections across Africa may begin to trend downwards, the third wave is far from over and several countries remain dangerously affected by the spread of the Delta variant. Project HOPE warns that the third COVID-19 wave across African countries could be a prelude to deadlier waves in the weeks to come.