Picture of Health
Maria Vilches Vasquez, 77, took an eight hour bus ride from the Andes to Trujillo, Peru where Project HOPE volunteers were conducting a medical clinic.
It was a life-long dream of Sheila's to be part of a humanitarian aid project. When the hurricane hit the Gulf Coast, she contacted Project HOPE.
Restoring Dental Health Along the Gulf Coast
Hurricane Katrina destroyed Coastal Family Health Center's dental facility in Biloxi, leaving the region without dental services for low-income patients.
We Were Prepared
The lifesaving reach of the Shanghai Children's Medical Center (SCMC) extends far beyond the four walls of the hospital itself.
Simple Document Offers Hope
Without a simple birth certificate, children can be denied access to education, health care services and future employment opportunities.
Woman Walks 250 Miles Seeking HOPE
When Elmira Cab Quia read that Project HOPE would be visiting the Hospital Nacional at Puerto Barrios, she knew she had to go.
HOPE Begins with a Step and a Smile
When a 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, Mitha, a 29-year-old mother of four, had her legs crushed by a collapsing wall.
8-Year-Old David Inspires HOPE in Haiti
When 8-year-old Dave Louizard arrived aboard the USNS Comfort after the January 12 earthquake, most of his right arm and leg had been amputated and his face was severely lacerated.
Honduran Women Speak Out On Domestic Violence
Until 1997, assaulting a wife or a girlfriend wasn't considered a crime in Honduras. A year later, 3,000 women were still waiting for their day in court.
Meet Emmanuel. At just 12 years old, the young boy weighed 218 pounds and was already showing signs of pre-diabetes.