10, 973 Treated in Papua New Guinea
Pacific Partnership 2011 medical team and volunteers wrapped up their work in Papua New Guinea, after caring for 10, 973 patients at three different medical locations.
Volunteers Help Treat 930 People in Six Hours
Roughly 930 people were treated during a six-hour period at the Wamper medical site in Papua New Guinea.
Volunteers Help Treat 9,200 in Ecuador
“The patients are just so grateful. The first thing they say when they wake up from surgery isn't 'Where am I?' It's 'Thank you. Thank you.'”
HOPE Pledges Continued Medical Volunteer Support in Japan
Governor Tasso expressed his appreciation for Project HOPE's tenacity in providing medical assistance along the devastated northeast coast of the Tohoku region.
Patients Walk Miles Seeking Medical Care
Nearly 600 people were treated at the medical clinic, despite the fact that public transportation wasn't running on Sunday.
Supporting Life Changing Operations in Ecuador
Project HOPE volunteer Molly Rubinoff moved quickly throughout the Pediatric Post-Op unit, stopping only to fill out paperwork.
Birthing Babies in Cameroon
We have had three sets of twins born, while I have been working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Maria Rosa Nsisim Hospital in Cameroon.
Volunteers Help Treat Nearly 5,000 in Vanuatu
The Pacific Partnership 2011 medical team leaves Vanuatu having treated nearly 5,000 people and providing health education to 3,300.
Volunteers Provide Care in Remote Reaches of Vanuatu
As Aiken and Jamison worked in Tangua, HOPE volunteer Aislinn Mangan provided care deep in the heart of the island at a medical site set up in Fanafo.
Volunteer Nurses Manage Long Days and Heat Caring for Patients
The Pacific Partnership 2011 medical team arrived at the Northern District Hospital in Luganville, Vanuatu greeted by the sun and a line of close to one hundred people.
Health Screenings and Education at Gathering of Nations
Bonita Baxter (Cherokee), a health educator for HOPE participated in the Gathering of Nations both as a HOPE educator and a dancer.
Project HOPE Announces 2014 Volunteer of the Year, Kicking Off…
Project HOPE named Grace Deveney, RN, Volunteer of the Year for 2014 and honored other top volunteers to kick off National Volunteer Week.
Project HOPE Announces Leadership Succession Plan
Project HOPE announces 2016 retirement of John P. Howe, III, M.D., President and CEO.
Project HOPE Joins U.S. Navy for Humanitarian Mission to Central and…
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE embark on a humanitarian mission aboard USNS Comfort, the U.S. Navy hospital ship. The six-month mission, known as Continuing Promise 2015, will offer medical and dental care and health care education to communities in Central and South America and the Caribbean.