Active Day at Medical Clininc
Project HOPE volunteers had an active day working with their military counterparts and other NGOs at a medical site set up onshore in Guyana.
Continuing Promise team visits orphanage in Guyana
Project HOPE volunteers work hard at both medical sites and for many other various organizations helping out with operation Continuing Promise 2010
Project HOPE volunteers work at sea and onshore
Today was an active day for the Project HOPE volunteers as about 2/3 of the crew went ashore to help out patients while the rest helped out with departing and arriving surgical patients down in the medical bay.
Volunteers continue work in Guyana
It was a warm and humid day as Project HOPE volunteers in Guyana made their way to the first medical zone on Thursday morning. Rain limited the amount of medical staff to man the zone the day before so many people that were left waiting arrived again.
Many members of Project HOPE’s fourth rotation were not able to make it ashore for the first day of the mission due to rain. As many waited excitedly for the moments to board the helicopters they were faced with delays.
Volunteers settle into their home away from home
he fourth rotation of Project HOPE volunteers met up with the United States Navy helicopters in New Amsterdam, Guyana yesterday. The team was then introduced to and received a tour of their home for the next couple weeks, the USS Iwo Jima.
Children with Leukemia Enjoy 2010 World EXPO
A group of children with leukemia enjoyed an exciting day at 2010 World EXPO thanks to Project HOPE and Hospira.
Volunteers Arrive in Guyana
All 15 members of the Project HOPE volunteer team arrived safely into Georgetown, Guyana on Sunday and Monday. The volunteer doctors and nurses formally introduced themselves to each other through their personal and medical backgrounds.
New Team of Volunteers Join Continuing Promise 2010
A new team of Project HOPE volunteers joins the Continuing Promise 2010 mission aboard the USS Iwo Jima and ashore, offering their medical expertise in Guyana and Suriname during their one-month service.
Village Savings and Loans Groups In Action
It is so inspiring to watch the VSL groups master the savings techniques that HOPE has taught them. Everybody was excited about putting a little bit of money away each week knowing that it was safe and that it would benefit them at the end of the year when all the money is divided up.
Volunteers Help Treat 6,790 Patients in Panama
Project HOPE volunteers helped complete the sixth leg of the eight-county Continuing Promise 2010 mission.
PROJECT HOPE DEPLOYS MEDICAL VOLUNTEERS AND COORDINATES MEDICINES FOR…
Project HOPE has deployed medical volunteers to support health facilities in Nepal grappling with the aftermath of a powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,500 people one week ago.
Project HOPE and North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Announce…
The winners of the 2015 Sanders scholarships are Fatmata Daramy, M.D., M.P.H. and Sonia Patel-Nguyen, M.D. Both of this year’s Sanders Scholars are first-year resident physicians training at University of North Carolina Hospitals in Chapel Hill.
Project HOPE Poised to Deploy Medical Volunteers and Humanitarian Aid…
Project HOPE announced today it is poised to deploy medical volunteers and humanitarian aid to Nepal after a powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed more than 2,430 people in the worst disaster to hit the South Asian country in more than 80 years.