‘The Emergency Is Not Over’: A Q&A from the Epicenter of the…
Puerto Rico is recovering from a series of major earthquakes that have destroyed thousands of homes and left crowds of people sleeping outside. Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE’s Elsy Benitez-Vargas, who is on the ground in Puerto Rico.
Photo Essay: The Dream That Drives Linda
In Malawi, Project HOPE is empowering young women to take control of their lives —and find a network of support to build a healthier future for their families.
How Does Climate Change Impact Human Health?
Climate change isn’t a far-off possibility — it’s an urgent public health crisis that will cost millions of people their lives this year. Get the facts and learn more about how you can help.
HOPE Is on the Ground After Earthquakes Rock Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico has been rocked by a series of earthquakes, knocking out power for nearly 1 million people and destroying buildings on the southern end of the island. Learn more about the situation on the ground and what Project HOPE is doing to help.
5 Health Crises We’re Watching in 2020
In today’s climate, the fight to protect and improve global health is more urgent than ever. Here’s an overview of some of the world’s most pressing health challenges — and what HOPE is doing to address them.
What 2019 Taught Me About Project HOPE
Project HOPE’s President and CEO on a year of change, impact, and what it means to respond with no regrets.
Our Favorite Photos of 2019
From Malawi to Mozambique, the Bahamas and beyond, here are our favorite shots of HOPE’s work around the world in 2019.
Volunteer Spotlight: ‘Project HOPE Gave Me a Different Angle to…
Nursing has been part of Lily Hsu’s life since she was a little girl. Through Project HOPE, it became a way to treat people around the world.
From the Field: In Malawi, Transformation Doesn’t Happen Alone
Project HOPE’s work in Malawi is helping people with HIV access the care and support they need — but it’s also transforming entire communities, from the ground up.
Field Update: In the Wake of Hurricane Dorian, A Newborn Lives in…
When Dr. Marvin Wang visited the Bahamas with Project HOPE as a volunteer pediatrician, he met an unexpected patient: a 2-week-old baby living in a gymnasium.
Field Update: For Hurricane Dorian’s Survivors, Not All Wounds Are…
Hurricane Dorian’s damage is devastating — especially the emotional toll the storm took on its survivors, writes Dr. Marvin Wang, a volunteer physician serving in the Bahamas with Project HOPE.
The Changing Face of Global Health: Q&A with Chris Skopec
Conflict and disaster have displaced more people than at any point in history. What does that mean for the future of global health? And how does HOPE still have the power to help people reach their full potential? Learn more in this Q&A with Chris Skopec, HOPE’s executive vice president for global health.
Africa's Lack of Vaccine Is Not the Only Reason for Slow Vaccine…
As Africa records the world’s lowest COVID-19 vaccination rate, the emergence of more contagious variants increases, as well as the risk for the first generation of vaccines to become ineffective. While insufficient COVID-19 vaccine supply across the continent has contributed to a low vaccination rate, Project HOPE found that several factors have contributed to a slow vaccine rollout in Africa.
Project HOPE Partners with Latter-day Saint Charities to Mobilize…
In response to India’s COVID-19 crisis, Project HOPE, a global health and humanitarian organization, has partnered with Latter-day Saint Charities to mobilize lifesaving oxygen and medical supplies. This support comes at a time where immediate and sustained support are paramount to assisting the people of India through a catastrophic public health crisis while striving toward recovery.