Where Will You Be Next?
Oscar's mother drove him across two countries just to see the volunteer doctors.
Routine Weigh-In Saves Boy’s Life
A routine weigh-in helped diagnose a heart defect and ultimately save the life of an infant in a HOPE community health clinic in Nagan Raya.
Volunteer Kendra Dilcher’s Story
First-time Project HOPE volunteer Kendra Dilcher discovers her career focus while working with children in Latin America.
Medical Team Brings HOPE to Survivors with Critical Health Needs from Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano
Health needs have reached a critical point in communities devastated by the Fuego volcano eruption in Guatemala. That’s why Project HOPE medical volunteers are treating patients from communities surrounding the volcano who have acute and chronic health issues such as respiratory complications, PTSD and related symptoms, burns, high blood pressure, and diabetes complications.
Anything is Possible…but Puerto Rico is Far from Recovered
As an Eli Lilly and Company Connecting Hearts Abroad volunteer, registered nurse and health and safety consultant Sue Flower helped Project HOPE bring relief to the many Puerto Rican residents still in need. She shares her experiences and is reminded of the work still left to do.
Project HOPE Honored by U.S. Consul General in Wuhan for Promoting Health Care Collaboration in Central China
The U.S. Consul General in Wuhan, China, presented Project HOPE with the prestigious Heart to Heart Award for promoting collaboration, cultural exchange, and mutual trust among the U.S. and China through HOPE’s pioneering programs to train health professionals and deliver care in Central China.
The Heartbreaking Plight, and Inspiring Heroism, of Guatemala’s Volcano Survivors
“Each visit to a patient is heartbreaking because for many, we are their only hope,” Project HOPE medical volunteer, Sheila Cardwell, on Project HOPE’s work in Guatemala. Read about one family’s horrific plight one month after the Fuego volcano erupted.
After Suffering Extensive Burn Injuries from Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano, What Comes Next?
When Guatemala’s Fuego volcano suddenly started to erupt in their village of San Miguel Los Lotes, four-year-old Robert ran for his life, without shoes, and suffered burns to his feet and legs.
Bringing Lives Back from the Brink of Malawi’s HIV Epidemic
The HIV epidemic has plagued Ida’s life since 2003. At the time, she was married and pregnant with her first child. Her pregnancy was challenging. She was often ill and always at the hospital. Her doctor advised her to get an HIV test and she found out she was in fact HIV-positive.
Project HOPE Joins Calls for a Human Rights Approach to Addressing Tuberculosis at the 49th Union World Conference on Lung Health in The Hague
Project HOPE says access to treatment for tuberculosis is a basic human right at the opening of the 49th Union World Conference on Lung Health begins in the Hague today.