Bringing the First Health Care to Rural Village After Hurricane
“There hasn’t been anybody to help us since the hurricane before Project HOPE arrived.”
Reaching the Isolated with Medical Care and HOPE
Project HOPE’s Medical team continues to set up clinics in the communities most hard hit and difficult to reach in Puerto Rico.
Caring for the Ill and Saving Lives in Puerto Rico
At the bottom of the box was the size four tracheostomy that the child needed to save his life. I grabbed it and ran up the stairs hoping we weren't too late.
Reaching Those Who Still Need Care
HOPE's mobile medical unit in Puerto Rico recently provided help for a woman dealing with diabetes and hypertension.
Providing a breath of fresh air in Puerto Rico
Project HOPE provided relief for a child coping with respiratory problems in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Insulin Delivery Keeps the Dream of Good Health Alive
How HOPE helped an eight year old girl with Type 1 Diabetes get the insulin she needed after Hurricane Maria.
Providing Insulin for Those in Need in Puerto Rico
Obtaining insulin is still a challenge for many in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Here's how HOPE helped a patient in need.
How Hurricane Maria will damage Puerto Rico’s health care for many months to come
One of our first responders in Puerto Rico discusses challenges Puerto Rico will face in the weeks and months to come after Hurricane Maria.
Conference Brings Global Experts Together to Solve Lung Health Suffering
Project HOPE’s TB experts are among the thousands of delegates from around the globe gathering at the annual Union World Lung Conference on Lung Health, this year held in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Reaching the Hard to Reach
Suchi Gaur, Ph.D., HOPE’s Communication Specialist in Southeast Asia, visited rural Nepal where HOPE is working to improve health for mothers and children. This is the first in a three-part blog series about her experiences.
Outreach Gives HOPE, Saves Lives
Last year, Project HOPE's TB outreach impacted 59,576 migrant workers, including Gulnara, a young mother living in Kazakhstan.
Needs Still Great, Supplies Still Few in Puerto Rico
We held a community clinic at a local church in a Loiza today. We had an incredible turnout, it felt like we saw the entire community. Most of our patients were diabetics needing medicines, people with hypertension, a few colds and flu.The benefit to the community is measurable and the people are so grateful.