Saving the Newborn in the Dominican Republic
Overcrowding, severe health problems and inadequate or nonexistent health facilities are a way of life in many communities across the Dominican Republic. Dominican mothers and their babies face difficult odds: this country has one of the highest neonatal mortality rates (babies who don’t survive past the first 28 days of life) in Latin America.
Field Update: Sierra Leone
As the country recovers from natural disasters, health crises and political instability, challenges continue
Q&A With a First Responder: Memories of Mozambique
A doctor recalls his experiences: “The world is too small to ignore.”
3 Portraits of Displacement: The Reality of Life as a Venezuelan Refugee
Nearly 4 million Venezuelan women, children and men have fled economic and political turmoil in their country. Thousands cross the border to Colombia every day, forging ahead into uncertainty – each with their own story and hope for a new future.
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
Project HOPE gave eight-year-old Nayeli a year’s supply of insulin after her life was threatened by Hurricane Maria. Today, she’s growing into a role as a mentor in her community, as Project HOPE continues its work to support diabetes patients and protect the island’s insulin supply.