A ‘Proper Degree’ Saves Babies, Grows Careers in Sierra Leone
Project HOPE helps educate a new cadre of nurses in neonatal care
5 Things You Should Know About Malaria
Caused by a parasite that is transmitted to humans by mosquitos, malaria threatens half the world’s population.
Project HOPE and the University of Puerto Rico Protect Emergency Medicine Supply
More than 15 percent of Puerto Rico’s adult population has diabetes. After Hurricane Maria, thousands of these patients struggled to access their medication. In partnership with the University of Puerto Rico, Project HOPE has established a solar-powered, island-wide cold chain to ensure uninterrupted access to temperature-sensitive medicines and vaccines, even in the wake of disaster.
Three Ways Project HOPE Works to Create a Healthier World
At Project HOPE, we celebrate our commitment to creating a healthier world for all — on World Health Day, and every day. This World Health Day, we are partnering with Urban Plates to highlight the importance of health for ourselves as well as others around the world.
HOPE is on the Ground in Mozambique, Helping Cyclone Survivors
Cyclone Idai devastated Mozambique in March 2019. Project HOPE deployed a team of emergency response experts and medical volunteers to Beira, Mozambique — the area most in need. Learn what we’re seeing on the ground and how you can help.
Project HOPE Announces 2018 Volunteer of the Year
Project HOPE names Carolyn G. Kruger as the 2018 Volunteer of the Year
Astana Conference Highlights Project HOPE’s TB Work in Central Asia
Kazakhstan ranks in the top 30 countries in the world with the highest prevalence rate of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. Project HOPE, government officials, and other NGOs recently gathered in Astana, the country’s capital, to discuss TB treatment and prevention strategies. Ahead of World TB day, we’re calling attention to the ongoing fight against tuberculosis – in Central Asia and beyond.
Semira’s Story: Giving Up, then Giving Back
Sometimes it takes just one person to help change a community. Semira is a volunteer who was driven to change the stigma attached to HIV infection and speaks from the heart as she helps others overcome the fear of being tested and getting the help they need. Join us in celebrating women's achievement and empowerment as exemplified by Semira's courage, strength and efforts to give back.
HOPE in Action: Top 5 Photos of 2018
The lifesaving impact we make all around the world is evident and visible in so many ways. Take a look at these exemplary photos that depict the HOPE that you have helped us deliver in 2018.
A Beacon of HOPE in Ethiopia
40-year-old Aman has emerged as a beacon of hope for his small Ethiopian community. Among his family, his coworkers, his classmates and his community, his positivity shines brightly in the shadow of the positive HIV diagnosis he received just a year ago.
Joshua’s Story: How Project HOPE is Helping Dominican Doctors Save Newborn Lives
In the seven months since he was born, Joshua, a patient at Los Mina hospital in the Dominican Republic, has had five surgeries for complications involving his bile ducts. With limited equipment and staff, doctors are doing all they can to save babies like Joshua and reduce the country’s alarming neonatal and infant mortality rate.
Heroes of the Northern Cape: Stories from the Front Lines of South Africa’s Battle with Diabetes
Diabetes is the second-most common cause of death in South Africa. Lifestyle and diet choices are fueling the problem, but the country’s overburdened public health system is having trouble dealing with the nearly 10,000 new cases diagnosed each month. In the isolated Northern Cape province, diabetes treatment is especially hard to come by. With help from local healthcare professionals like Rita Venter, Project HOPE is working to change that.
Saving Yemen: Project HOPE Teams up to Launch Highly Coordinated Response
Meeting health and nutrition needs are top priorities for new Humanitarian Alliance for Yemen
Project HOPE Calls For Continued Foreign Aid Amidst Global Crises Threatening Lives and Livelihoods
90 humanitarian and development organizations urge the U.S. administration to reconsider freezing funds for U.S. foreign assistance programs