Diabetes Education Program Flourishing in China
Leaving Shanghai, we traveled inland, to Chengdu, to experience the far reaching impact of HOPE’s health education and humanitarian assistance programs.
Appreciating the Impact of HOPE’s Programs
It was an inspiring day as we witnessed the impact of two very different HOPE programs showing great success.
Children’s Health at the Heart of Shanghai Children’s Medical Center
Nowhere is HOPE’s commitment to improving the health of children in China more evident than at the Shanghai Children’s Medical Center.
Nurturing Partnerships Key to Program Success in China
Our first day of work in China was a day filled with reconnecting with long-time Project HOPE supporters and investigating new partnerships to better the health of the Chinese people.
Important Health Education Work Continues in China
Over the next week, we will be visiting some of HOPE's lifesaving programs in China. Join us on the journey by following my blog.
Conjoined Sisters Go Home After Successful Operation
On September 5, 2011, the girls were separated after six hours of surgery at Shanghai Children’s Medical Center, assisted by a medical team trained by Project HOPE. On September 29, the babies were discharged from the hospital.
Presenting Program Results From Haiti in Greece
Project HOPE staff from Haiti presented a poster session on mobile phone-based emergency medical dispatch in low-income countries at a conference in Greece.
Community Prehospital Training in Haiti
Project HOPE’s program is designed to improve care in the field by training community groups as layperson first responders to provide basic emergency medical care and transportation.
Visiting with Health Leaders in Kenya
HOPE'S CEO recently returned from Nairobi where he visited with some of Kenya’s health leaders and learned more about the health challenges facing this growing country.
Training for Emergency Medical Care in Haiti
Earlier this year, Project HOPE partnered with the Haitian Resource Development Foundation to host a free 3-day training course in basic emergency medical care for local doctors and nurses.
Volunteering in Cameroon
Volunteer Nurse Eddis Adams, traveled to the Maria Rosa Nsisim Hospital in Yaounde, Cameroon to participate in The Volunteer Medical Rotation Program.
Global Health NGO Project HOPE Welcomes New President Rabih Torbay
Project HOPE is pleased to announce the appointment of Rabih Torbay, a global health expert and leader in international development and humanitarian relief, as its new President.
Project HOPE Celebrates Record Setting Heart Surgery on Newborn in…
A baby boy in China is recovering well after intricate open-heart surgery, the youngest patient to undergo such a procedure at the Shanghai Children’s Medical Center.