How two volunteers provided humanitarian relief to refugees in Macedonia
Angela Trposka and Daniela Nicheska volunteered over 3,500 hours in 2016 to provide humanitarian aid for refugees in Macedonia.
Fighting Diabetes in South Africa
Project HOPE’s signature program in South Africa – The HOPE Centre – is focused on educating local communities about chronic diseases (in particular diabetes and hypertension) through screening, education and the provision of clinical services for the treatment and management of the diseases and support through peer education programs.
Delivering HOPE in Puerto Rico
Your support is helping those in Puerto Rico still suffering after Hurricane Maria. Hear their voices of thanks.
Empowering Health Care Workers to Deliver Expert Care, When and Where it is Needed
Infectious and chronic diseases, disasters and health crises and the health of women and children, Project HOPE works at the epicenter of today’s greatest health challenges to support health care workers to deliver expert care when and where it’s needed.
Project HOPE in Puerto Rico
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta traveled with HOPE's emergency response team in Puerto Rico as they worked to provide care for patients affected by Hurricane Maria.
Community HIV Program in Ethiopia
In 2017, Project HOPE, along with partners, began implementing a community based program that is expanding access to comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services in Ethiopia.
Dr. Nancy Miller on Providing Counseling to Those Impacted by Hurricane Harvey
Dr. Nancy Miller is part of HOPE's team on the ground in Texas helping address health needs that have emerged from Hurricane Harvey.
Skilled Care Saves Mothers and Newborns
Skilled care before, during and after childbirth can save the lives of women and newborn babies
Bridget’s Story – 360 experience One Community Malawi
Put on your Google Cardboards or move your cursor around the video and really experience a day in the life of a community resource person in rural Malawi. Travel village to village with Bridget, who works everyday to ensure everyone in her community is tested for HIV, and if found positive, begins treatment immediately and receives access to the support interventions to ensure successful treatment.
Innovative GPS Technology Speeding Up TB Diagnosis in Kyrgyzstan
The Kyrgyzstan team introduced this new video at a roundtable event in July 2017 hosted by Project HOPE and the National Center for Tuberculosis under the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic. The event offered an opportunity to discuss the results of an innovative technologies in TB control program being piloted in Kyrgyzstan.
Volunteer Spotlight: Jen Ballard Provides Care for Expectant Mothers in the Dominican Republic
Neonatal and obstetric care is challenging in the Dominican Republic – nearly all births in the nation of 10.7 million take place at hospitals, yet many lack the space and equipment needed to meet the high volume of patients. With help from volunteers like obstetrician Jen Ballard, Project HOPE is working to reduce the Dominican neonatal mortality rate and provide care to expectant mothers – many of whom are still teenagers.
Health Workers Offer HOPE to Families in Settlements
Project HOPE works around the world to support and implement health care programs that literally change the perspective and direction of lives – for children, teenagers, mothers, families and communities.
Volunteer Spotlight: Karen Beetle Brings Comfort and Stability to Hurricane Survivors in Puerto Rico
When disaster strikes, mental health support is just as important as physical aid. Karen Beetle has been volunteering for years; after hearing about the devastation Hurricane Maria brought to the Caribbean, she knew her skills were needed.