A Year of HOPE 2012
As the new year fast approaches, I am reflecting on the stories I heard as I traveled to our programs abroad this past year, and I'm looking ahead to our work in 2013.
Improving Children’s Nutrition in Rural China
As a dietician and a Project HOPE staff member, I have been engaged in a nutrition research project funded by one of Project HOPE’s programs, the Abbott Fund Institute of Nutrition Science.
World AIDS Day
On World AIDS Day, Project HOPE joins in to show its support for people living with HIV (PLHIV) and commemorate global efforts to fight the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Remembering C.J. Huang
I had the privilege of getting to know C.J. and his wife Ha-Lin Yip Huang over the past decade, and I have been greatly impressed by their generosity and dedication to our work in China.
Dr. John P. Howe III, President and CEO of Project HOPE, Receives…
Dr. John P. Howe III, President and CEO of Project HOPE, was honored with the prestigious Magnolia Award for his outstanding contribution to the people of Shanghai.
Extended HOPE Family in China
Each of these individuals, in her own way, is a member of HOPE's extended family - as a beneficiary of our care, as a partner with our staff and as a champion of our programs.
Celebrating Pediatric Training Success in China
We celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Rural Medical Training Program whcih has graduted over 270 physicians and nurses from 100 hospitals.
Volunteers Provide Care in Benin
As we set up the makeshift clinic on the grounds of an elementary school, there were hundreds of people anxious to receive services from the American providers.
Taking Nurse Education to the Next Level in China
As we celebrated the opening of the Simulation Laboratory at the Wuhan University School of Nursing, our voices were heard across the great nation of China… literally!
Shanghai Children’s Medical Center Continues to Save Lives
The Shanghai Children's Medical Center was a setting of joy on Sunday morning where so much has taken place with the support of Project HOPE since 1998.
Celebrating Health Education Success in China
With the opening to the West, over thirty years ago, Project HOPE was invited by the leadership of China to assist in the training of the country's doctors and nurses.
5% diabetics in Uttar Pradesh suffer with TB too
The dual challenge of diabetes and TB was discussed at a regional non-communicable diseases consultation organized by Project HOPE.
Non-Governmental Organizations Work Together to Provide Water to…
Non-Governmental Organizations Work Together to Provide Water to Communities in Puerto Rico.
The Warmth and Magic of Personalized Nutritional Prescription Shortens…
Clinical Nutrition is often neglected in medical care and patient population, but it does not mean that it’s not important. In fact, it can affect the development of course and the outcome of treatment. The Shanghai Children’s Medical Centre (SCMC) has embarked on a new endeavor: nutrition assessment and nutrition support therapy for children with the active involvement of nutrition department.