Remembering the SS HOPE in Jamaica 1971
“It was 1971,” a nurse chimed in. “I know it because it was my first year here at the hospital. We loved seeing that big white ship in the harbor.”
HOPE Volunteer Nurses Provide Comfort, Post-Surgery
In Jamaica, more than 100 surgeries were conducted, with life changing results for those patients.
Volunteers Treat 300 at Remote Medical Site in Tonga
HOPE volunteers completed their long day of care satisfied, knowing that together, they provided medical care and health counsel to nearly 300 Tongans.
Helping Babies Breathe
With the aid of an inflatable infant doll and a kit of simple materials, our trainers demonstrated a series of techniques to employ when a newborn does not begin breathing on its own.
Treating Patients, Providing Health Education in Tonga
Although the Project HOPE volunteers and other medical staff arrived at the facility early, a line of patients had already formed.
Caring for Patients at Medical Sites in Tonga
As the day began, it was a bit crazy setting up the medical site and getting the patient flow moving. But before long, the medical crew had the make-shift clinic running like calm and ordered machine.
Uncovering Potentially Serious Health Condition
Using the sophisticated retinal scanning equipment Dr. Robert Crammer uncovered a potentially serious condition in a patient that had no acute visual symptoms.
Providing Expert Consultation in Haiti
As the cholera epidemic’s death toll continues to rise throughout Haiti, the Ministry of Health continues coordinating efforts to meet the challenges of providing rapid emergency transportation for cholera victims.
Holy Family Hospital Israel
I was asked by one of HOPE's major donors to visit with the leadership of the Holy Family Hospital in Nazareth to share observations gained from our three children's hospitals, in Poland, China and Iraq.
HOPE Centre…A Beacon of Light
The HOPE Centre will educate the community about the risks of chronic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases and provide access to trained health professionals.
The HOPE Centre Approach is Unique
The HOPE Centre approach is unique first and foremost, because there isn't anyone else in South Africa working to prevent chronic disease.
Global NGO Project HOPE Says Pioneering Health Program Benefitting…
The report showcases HOPE’s innovative HealthWorks program in Cambodia and results suggest that, if widely adopted, companies can potentially foster healthier workforces in manufacturing powerhouses like Southeast Asia, and measurably cut sick leave and increase productivity.
Project HOPE Now Providing Donated Medicines to Free Medical Clinics…
Project HOPE is now providing donated medicines and medical supplies to the entire network of free medical clinics in Virginia and Mississippi, and it has obtained a license from the Board of Pharmacy of West Virginia to distribute donated medicines to free clinics in that state as well.