Humanitarian Work Is Where My Heart Is
Project HOPE’s president Rabih Torbay remembers the pivotal moment that changed the course of his life.
Dads Around The World
At Project HOPE, we work to create a world in which everyone has access to the health care needed to live their lives to the fullest. Our lifesaving work impacts children, women, men and families everywhere. This Father’s Day, we're shining a light on dads around the world who play important roles in the health and well-being of their families.
Don’t Wake the Wolf: Pediatric HIV Care in Namibia
“If you don’t take your medicine on time, you will wake up the wolf.”
With Treatment, A Father’s Life is Renewed after HIV and TB Diagnosis
Adunga knew his wife was HIV-positive, but thought he was immune because of his blood type. His health deteriorated to the brink of death, almost leaving his children fatherless. Then Project HOPE stepped in.
Field Update: Venezuelan Families Struggle Amid Worsening Conditions
Christine Bragale, Project HOPE’s head of public engagement, visited Project HOPE’s programs in Cúcuta, Colombia and shares what she’s seeing.
Kangaroo Mother Care Can Be a Family Affair
Project HOPE volunteer teaches families to help their tiny babies thrive
The Aftermath of Cyclone Idai: On the Ground in Mozambique
In the wake of destruction, delivering hope to Mozambique
Mothers Make The World Go ‘Round
Every day, our work impacts the lives of countless mothers around the world. Meet a few of the women who particularly inspire us and learn more about how they make their worlds go ‘round.
Indonesian Midwives Train in Saving Lives at Birth
Helping Indonesian Midwives Find HOPE With Emergency Obstetric/Neonatal Training
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
Malaria threatens half the world's population — but progress is being made in the fight to stop it. Here's what you need to know.
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.
Volunteer Spotlight: Lily Hsu
Nursing has been part of Lily Hsu’s life since she was a little girl. Through Project HOPE, it became a way to treat people around the world.