Volunteers Complete Suriname Mission
The health education and humanitarian mission to Suriname was cut a little short when the Continuing Promise 2010 was quickly deployed to Haiti early this month to be prepared to help in the wake of Hurricane Tomas. Still, Project HOPE volunteers and their military counterparts provided needed medical services in the country.
HOPE Mexico Recognizes World Diabetes Day
On Sunday, November 14th Project HOPE participated in a World Diabetes Day event in Mexico City.
World Diabetes Day in India
On the evening of November 13th, leading up to World Diabetes Day, New Delhi committed to illuminating 50 monuments and buildings across the city with blue light.
India Diabetes Educator Project – Master Trainer Refresher Course
In the days leading up to the World Diabetes Day celebration in New Delhi on November 14th, Project HOPE, with assistance from IDF and Canadian Diabetes Association diabetes educators, hosted a “refresher” course for the Master Trainers.
Africa Diabetes Leadership Forum
In early October 2010, Project HOPE’s South Africa country director and headquarters program officer for chronic disease, attended the high level African Diabetes Leadership Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa. The meeting was held to discuss the burgeoning situation of diabetes on the continent of Africa.
Diabetes in Suriname
The team treated a diabetic patient’s right foot and then turned their attention to educating him and his family about the seriousness of diabetes and necessity of daily attention and care to his disease.
Volunteers Provide Care at Med Sites, Hospitals and Rural Clinics
Project HOPE volunteers provided medical care and education in several different locations as they were split up into groups in order to make the most impact during their time in Suriname.
Volunteers in Suriname
Project HOPE volunteers are doing overnights in Suriname. They include Dr. Mona Khanna, a physician from Chicago, Illinois, who is doing a four day stay at a medical site.
More from Guyana
As the time was nearing to leave Guyana and set course for Suriname, Project HOPE volunteers alongside the crew and medical staff onboard the USS Iwo Jima continued to treat and provide health education for as many Guyanese as possible.
Preparing to Launch HOPE Centre South Africa
Project HOPE’s HOPE Centre will become a centre of excellence for community prevention, early detection and treatment of non-communicable diseases with a focus on diabetes, based in Johannesburg.
HOPE Continues in Haiti
As Hurricane Tomas and its aftermath brings more sorrow to the people of Haiti, Charles Prospere, Project HOPE's Representative in Haiti sends a message of continuing HOPE and help.
Detroit Women's Division of Project HOPE
The Detroit Women's Division of Project HOPE, a dedicated group of women that has been fundraising for Project HOPE for over 50 years, held a holiday luncheon and bazaar on December 3, 2015.
Project HOPE Applauds 50th Anniversary of University Children’s…
Project HOPE today applauded 50 lifesaving years of the University Children’s Hospital of Krakow, where the global NGO has worked for over four decades to help treat the medical needs of the children of southern Poland and support the hospital’s role as a center for pediatric research and education for Central and Eastern Europe.