Photos: In Namibia, a Mask Can Build a Future
For young women in Project HOPE’s DREAMS program, masks aren’t just a tool to slow COVID-19 — they’re the first step to a more secure future.
Volunteer Voices: The Unsung Heroes of the Pandemic
The fight against COVID-19 is filled with heroes. But some workers on the front lines don’t always get the credit they deserve. Read the latest dispatch from a Project HOPE volunteer nurse deployed to Navajo Nation in Shiprock, New Mexico.
In Mexico, Young People Are Changing the Narrative
In partnership with AstraZeneca, Project HOPE is empowering young people in Mexico to practice healthier habits and support one another in the fight against noncommunicable diseases like diabetes.
Volunteer Voices: Have You Met COVID-19?
What is it like on the front lines of a devastating virus? Read the latest dispatch from a Project HOPE volunteer nurse deployed to Navajo Nation in Shiprock, New Mexico.
Project HOPE, Business Roundtable, and Healthcare Ready Deliver First…
Over 2 million protective gloves and gowns have arrived in 12 health systems battling the spread of COVID-19 through the Business Roundtable COVID-19 Initiative
Photos: Saving Lives in Kosovo and North Macedonia
Across North Macedonia and Kosovo, HOPE is delivering essential medicine and supplies to empower local health care workers to be able to better care for mothers, newborns, and children.
Is This the Future of Health Worker Training?
Project HOPE’s online trainings are helping tens of thousands of doctors and nurses recognize and treat COVID-19. But can remote trainings replace face-to-face instruction?
Infectious Diseases: What You Need to Know
TB, HIV/AIDS, COVID-19 — get the facts about some of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases and learn more about how HOPE is fighting back.
What Are the Sustainable Development Goals?
The United Nations has set 17 ambitious goals that could transform global health by 2030. But are we on track to reach them?
In Malawi, a Single Mother Fights to Save Her Son’s Life
When her son's health started fading, Rose had no choice but to carry him 10 miles to reach the closest hospital. Now, with help from HOPE, they are taking steps toward a healthier future.
Bracing for Storm Season in the Era of COVID-19
As COVID-19 ravages the world’s health systems, another threat is looming: hurricane season.
On-The-Record Updates: The COVID-19 Situation In Lebanon
More than a week after the start of a strict lockdown in Lebanon, the number of reported COVID-19 daily cases remain very high with a 7-day average of more than 4,600 daily new cases (as of January 20, 2021). As a result, the government announced on Thursday, January 21 that the 24-hour lockdown will be extended for two weeks, until Monday, February 8.
6.2-Magnitude Earthquake Adds to Emergencies in Indonesia's Hard-Hit…
After a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck the West Sulawesi Province in Indonesia on January 15, Project HOPE is assessing public safety and health needs with the goal to deliver emergency aid.
Hurricanes Eta & Iota: Contaminated Water & Damage to Health…
More than four weeks after Hurricanes Eta and Iota hit Central America, several thousand Hondurans remain without access to clean water and health services. Most water sources in the Santa Barbara department in Honduras are contaminated, exposing the population to illnesses such as water-borne and skin diseases, warns Project HOPE. In addition, more than one hundred health facilities remain inoperative across affected areas.