Video: A Brighter Future for Newborns in the Dominican Republic
Project HOPE's Saving the Newborn initiative is transforming neonatal health and making the difference between life and death for newborns in the Dominican Republic.
Volunteer Spotlight: Lily Hsu
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.
Project HOPE gave eight-year-old Nayeli a year’s supply of insulin after her life was threatened by Hurricane Maria. Today, she’s growing into a role as a mentor in her community, as Project HOPE continues its work to support diabetes patients and protect the island’s insulin supply.
Ying’s Story of HOPE
When Ying was 14 years old, he was diagnosed with Leukemia. It was a long and trying road to recovery but the doctors and nurses at Shanghai Children's Medical Center saved his life.
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Refugees' Health?
World Refugee Day is June 20 — a day to stand with refugees and displaced people around the world. But how much do you know about the health issues refugees face? Test your knowledge with this quick six-question quiz.
Indonesian Health Care Workers Bear the Burden of New COVID-19 Wave
As the current COVID-19 surge infects and kills health care workers across Indonesia, Project HOPE prepares the country's health workforce to cope with their harrowing experiences on the frontline.
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.