The Future for PEPFAR and U.S. Leadership in Global Health
The reauthorization of PEPFAR is essential to ensure we meet the global goal of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
We’re Taking Health Care Workers – a Bastion of our Societies – for…
These last three years of the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the crucial role that health care workers play in our society, our economy, and our security; yet, in every corner of the globe, we have allowed them to be pushed to their breaking point.
Q&A: How Can Advocacy Advance Foreign Aid?
What are the greatest threats to humanitarian aid? What trends are worth watching? And can we continue to advance humanitarian causes with a divided Congress? Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE’s Director of Policy and Advocacy, Jed Meline.
The Three People Who Stuck With Me in 2022
A year-end message from Project HOPE President and CEO, Rabih Torbay.
Health Expert Voices: Reflections on 20th Anniversary of PEPFAR
This month, we commemorate World AIDS Day and celebrate the nearly 20 years of impact that PEPFAR has made in the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
Q&A: Are Infectious Disease Epidemics Spiraling Out of Control?
Mpox, COVID-19, meningitis, polio — the list of infectious diseases seems to be increasing around the world. Is this a new threat to global health? What causes vaccine hesitation? And what role does misinformation play? Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE Chief Health Officer Dr. Tom Kenyon and Deputy Chief Health Officer Dr. Nagesh Borse.
Ukraine: A Humanitarian Disaster With Long-Term Consequences
The conflict in Ukraine is taking a devastating toll on the country's most vulnerable — and the consequences may endure for years.
Global Health Q&A: Dr. Nagesh Borse, Deputy Chief Health Officer
From COVID-19 to the Ukraine crisis, the threats to global health are urgent and far-reaching. But is there still reason to be optimistic? Learn more in this Q&A with Project HOPE Deputy Chief Health Officer, Dr. Nagesh Borse.
We Don’t Have To Accept Our ‘New Normal’
As we come to the end of another difficult year in global health, we must ask ourselves: What can we do to build a more equitable world?
Mental Health Awareness is Important. But Funding is Imperative.
COVID-19 has revealed the scale of our global mental health crisis. But are we willing to invest in the solutions to address it?
5 Ways the Climate Emergency Impacts Our Health
From rising temperatures to increased rates of disease, the climate emergency has a direct impact on our health. Here are five things to know about the threat climate change poses — and the risks we’ll face if more action isn’t taken.
Project HOPE Calls for Immediate Approval of Supplementary Aid for…
Project HOPE urges Congress to approve the White House’s request for more than $10 billion in supplementary funding for global humanitarian assistance, including to Gaza, Israel, Haiti, and Ukraine before the end of 2023.
How Common Is Violence Against Women and Girls?
Gender-based violence is one of the most widespread human rights violations in the world. Here are some of the greatest GBV challenges that Project HOPE team members and local partners see in their communities, and how we’re addressing the global pandemic of violence against women and girls.