What Our Global Team Members Are Thankful For
Project HOPE team members are improving access to health care across five continents. We asked a few of them to share what they’re thankful for after a year of emergency deployments, health worker trainings, hospital rehabilitations, and lifesaving humanitarian relief.
On the Ground: The Day the Health Workers Returned
Ethiopia’s rural communities are bearing the brunt of a humanitarian crisis brought on by extreme drought and conflict. Read a dispatch from photographer James Buck on what he saw the day health care returned to a local community after more than a year.
Supporter Spotlight: How atheenabean Became a HOPE Ambassador
Atheena Wagner started streaming to prove her brother wrong. Now she’s using her platform to change lives around the world as a Project HOPE Ambassador. Learn more in this Q&A.
4 Facts: How You Made an Impact in 2022
This year, Project HOPE helped improve access to health care for some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. Learn more about our impact and how your support is saving lives.
Photos: The Journey Venezuela’s Mothers Endure
More than 6 million Venezuelans have migrated from their country due to years of humanitarian crisis. Among them are large numbers of pregnant women and mothers, many of whom have made the grueling trip alone. See how Project HOPE is providing care, and community, across the border in Colombia.
In Poland, Ukrainians Find A Safe Space
In Rzeszów, Poland, Ukrainian refugee women and children are finding solace at a child-friendly space and mental health and psychosocial support center established with help from Project HOPE.
4 Facts: Migrant Health
There are more than 280 million migrants worldwide—enough to equal 4% of the entire global population. Learn more about the greatest health concerns they face.
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Women’s Health?
Test your knowledge around women’s health in this quick seven-question quiz.
Hurricane Fiona: How To Help
Project HOPE is responding to the urgent needs of those impacted by Hurricane Fiona. Learn more about our response and how you can help.
We Are Project HOPE: Dr. Anne Chasny, Indonesia
Through the Saving Lives at Birth program, Project HOPE has transformed pregnancy and delivery for thousands of women in Indonesia. Meet one of the team members helping lead that program and hear about the challenges of being a mother in rural Indonesia.