Improving Haiti’s Medical Education System
This week, Project HOPE’s Haiti office kicked off a new program aimed at improving Haiti’s undergraduate medical education system.
Health Education Key to Work in Guatemala
While preparations for work in Guatemala take place ashore, onboard the USNS Comfort, many of the volunteers presented health care education seminars.
Similarities and Differences in Medical Needs in Nicaragua
“It looks like the eraser on the end of a pencil,” Dr. Barry says referring to the black hunk of wax that flowed out from the boy’s ear. “It’s totally normal.”
Compassionate Care and Practical Advice in Nicaragua
“Drink more water,” the pediatric doctors and nurses kept saying. “No more soda or juice, just more water.”
Mentoring Midwives in Indonesia
Aulia, a second year Midwife student, has begun to take more of a lead in their diagnoses as the week progresses.
Witnessing HOPE’s Impact in the Delta
The nursing students at Delta State showed us equipment donated by Project HOPE’s partners, a hospital bed and a Ventriloscope, now being used in the simulation lab.
Visit With Mississippi’s Governor Haley Barbour
Governor Barbour encouraged Project HOPE to work with the Delta Health Alliance (DHA) to help further improve health in the Mississippi Delta.
Progress in the Mississippi Delta
Project HOPE has donated nearly $70,000 worth of medicines and medical supplies and equipment to the DHA and their health care programs.
Medical Team Treats 1,494 During 3-day Operation
"I think what impresses me the most about Project HOPE volunteers is that they give up their time to come along.".
Rough Seas Add Challenge to Shipboard Care
As the seas kept up a fast pace today, the helicopters had to discontinue transporting patients from the USNS Comfort to shore.
Volunteers Focus on Women’s and Children’s Health in…
An influx of babies and children had pediatrician Susan Opas bouncing from one curtained room to another.
Project HOPE To Announce Promising Outcomes in TB Adherence and…
Project HOPE is to announce promising outcomes from studies aimed at improving the detection of Tuberculosis (TB) through diagnostics, and preventing the contamination of sputum samples in southern Malawi at the 47th Union World Conference on Lung Health.
Project HOPE Deploys Team of Medical Volunteers to Hurricane-Ravaged…
Project HOPE deployed medical volunteers to Haiti today as fears escalate over the spread of cholera and other diseases in areas ravaged by Hurricane Matthew.