Six Project HOPE Volunteers Begin Work in Mongolia
"You get this snapshot of this how people live here and understanding what health means to them, what they've had to do to fight for it. Some patients are traveling 200 kilometers to their nearest health clinic."
Health Education in Chuuk, Micronesia
HOPE volunteers returned from a 5-day health education mission on the remote island of Chuuk in Micronesia.
Health Education Assessment Conintues in Haiti
The Project HOPE team spent the second day of its program to improve Haiti’s undergraduate medical education by meeting with multiple stakeholders.
Health Education Continues in Cameroon
Nurse Volunteers Jessica Frederick and Susan Schory offer details of their work in Cameroon.
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.
Giving More than Medical Care in Micronesia
In Micronesia volunteers not only work at medical sites, some give back by reading to children, while others have their work recognized.
Remembering Helen Walsh
Wife of Project HOPE founder William B. Walsh, M.D., passes away on July 21, 2011.
Work Wraps Up in Nicaragua
Today, more than 1,000 patients were treated at the Mendez medical site in Nicaragua.
Volunteers Begin Work in Micronesia
After eight days of travel, HOPE volunteers arrived in the Micronesia, the last stop of Pacific Partnership 2011.
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.”
Project HOPE Among First Foreign NGOs Re-registered in China in…
Project HOPE's Beijing and Shanghai representative offices were among the first group of foreign NGOs registered in China in accordance with new law ensuring proper management of international NGOs.
Global Health NGO Project HOPE Welcomes New President Rabih Torbay
Project HOPE is pleased to announce the appointment of Rabih Torbay, a global health expert and leader in international development and humanitarian relief, as its new President.