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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).
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.
5,515 Patients Treated in Guyana
As the humanitarian assistance and health education mission in Guyana finished up last week, Project HOPE volunteers along with the USS Iwo Jima crew were treated with a visit from the President of Guyana, Bharat Jagdeo.
Photos: The Journey Venezuela’s Mothers Endure
More than 6 million Venezuelans have migrated from their country due to years of humanitarian crisis. Among them are large numbers of pregnant women and mothers, many of whom have made the grueling trip alone. See how Project HOPE is providing care, and community, across the border in Colombia.
In Poland, Ukrainians Find A Safe Space
In Rzeszów, Poland, Ukrainian refugee women and children are finding solace at a child-friendly space and mental health and psychosocial support center established with help from Project HOPE.