Get up to date information on what Project HOPE is responding to around the world so we can save as many lives as possible.
Field Update: Displaced Venezuelans In Urgent Need of Help
Project HOPE ‘s Teresa Narvaez visited Colombia and Ecuador in September to prepare for HOPE’s response to the Venezuelan crisis. Read her first-person account and learn how to help.
Venezuelan Crisis: How To Help
Thousands of displaced Venezuelans are pouring across the border with Colombia each day, escaping extreme food and medicine shortages and exponential inflation. Project HOPE is on the ground in Colombia to support the country's strained health care system. Get the facts about the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and learn more about how to help.
Project HOPE Answers Florida’s Call
Project HOPE is mobilizing medical volunteers to deploy to shelters in Florida that are hosting hundreds of special needs patients, including the elderly.
UPDATE: How Project HOPE is Helping Ease the Hurricane Harvey Crisis
Two weeks after Hurricane Harvey made landfall, the storm is still having a serious impact on the health and well-being of the people of Texas.
Typhoon Soudelor Threatens East Asia
Project HOPE is assessing the situation across the Western Pacific as Typhoon Soudelor rips through East Asia.
Situation Dire in Nepal, but we are HOPEful
As the news from Nepal continues to be grim- the death toll rising above 5,000 and the number of injured climbing above 9,000 - I am comforted by the outpouring of assistance being offered by supporters of HOPE.
News Out of Nepal Devastating
People are traumatized and living in fear of further tremors while searching for loved ones in the rubble. Health care professionals at hospitals in Kathmandu are overwhelmed as the number of injured in this disaster rises.
Cyclone Pam Devastates Vanuatu
Project HOPE is assessing the situation in Vanuatu after it was struck by a category five storm packing winds of up to 190 miles per hour.
Additional $761,000 of Medicines and Supplies Sent to Philippines
The donated items include surgical masks, generators, antibiotics, sutures and latex gloves.
Update on HOPE’s Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts
To date, we have distributed $1.6 million of donated medicines and supplies in the Philippines.
HOPE For Survivors of Haiyan
We’re sending $1 million of donated medicines, medical supplies and other equipment to support relief efforts in areas devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
HOPE Volunteers Provide Cholera Care, Education and Build Facilities…
As the death toll in Haiti’s cholera epidemic surpasses 1,000 with more than 16,000 having been hospitalized, Project HOPE welcomed the International Center for Diarrheal Disease and Research team from Bangladesh to Port Au Prince Haiti to help provide much needed cholera education (ICDDR,B).
4 Facts: The State of Women in Health Care
Women health care workers are the backbone and heartbeat of strong health systems. Here are four facts to better understand their contributions to global health and the gender inequities that stand in their way.
Q&A: Are Infectious Disease Epidemics Spiraling Out of Control?
Monkeypox, 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.