Skin-to-Skin: Alternative Incubation Technique Saves Newborn Lives
Project HOPE introduces Kangaroo Mother Care to new mothers in Sierra Leone, a warming method that simulates the womb and helps premature and low weight babies survive and grow healthy — from fragile to strong.
‘Breathtaking’ Destruction: A Q&A On Hurricane Dorian’s Aftermath
As the scale of Hurricane Dorian’s destruction comes into focus, Bahamians on the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama face a monumental recovery. Learn more in this Q&A with Tom Cotter, Project HOPE’s director of emergency response.
On the Ground in Colombia: Q&A with Dr. Atilio
Our country representative in Colombia, Dr. Atilio Rivera-Vasquez, shares his experience of the Venezuela crisis and the greatest health challenges he’s seeing as more and more refugees and migrants arrive to Colombian hospitals in need of urgent care.
Photo Essay: In Serang, Midwives Stand in the Gap
In western Java, just a few hours from the metropolis of Jakarta, villages in rural Serang struggle with a tragic and preventable problem: maternal and neonatal mortality.
Field Update: The Devastation In Palu, Indonesia Lives On
Cinira Baldi, Project HOPE’s vice president, chief development and communications officer, visits Palu one year after the deadly earthquake and tsunami and shares her heart-wrenching observations.
Crisis in Yemen: How to Help
Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis, with 80% of the country's population requiring some form of assistance to survive. Project HOPE is helping provide the vital support people in Yemen need most. Get the facts about this crisis and learn more about how you can help below.
Living With Diabetes in the Wake of Hurricane Maria
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.
For Dorian’s Survivors, the Devastation Continues
Two weeks after Hurricane Dorian devastated Abaco and Grand Bahama Island, Project HOPE is helping survivors cope with its aftermath.
Newborn Hope: Reaching Care Across The Border
Ema’s parents traveled hundreds of miles — and across the border — to find the right diagnosis and treatment needed to save their daughter’s life.
Families Have Lost Everything: Complete Devastation on Abaco Island
As the catastrophic damage in the Bahamas becomes clear, Project HOPE is on the ground helping meet people’s urgent needs.
What You Can Do Right Now to Help the Bahamas
Hurricane Dorian caused massive damage in the Bahamas. With thousands of people displaced by the storm, recovery efforts are underway. Here's how you can help.
Hurricane Dorian: What You Need To Know
On September 1, Hurricane Dorian slammed into the Bahamas as a massive Category 5 storm, causing catastrophic damage on Abaco and Grand Bahama Island. Project HOPE is on the ground meeting people’s medical needs and helping the islands prepare for the long recovery ahead. Get the facts about this storm and learn more about how you can help now.