HOPE in Haiti After Hurricane Matthew
Project HOPE is responding to the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti with medical volunteers and shipments of medicines and medical supplies. You can help.
How HOPE Helps Others, One Day at a Time
In my first 12 months as HOPE’s new President and CEO, I’ve been privileged to visit colleagues in 13 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America and seen for myself how our programs and professionals are doing vital work in building health capacity that is directly helping patients, doctors and nurses, and others.
Together Against Tuberculosis
Who said TB awareness campaigns can't be fun? Check out HOPE in Kyrgyzstan.
You Make HOPE Happen
2015 in Review: Your support helped Project HOPE reach nearly one million people with lifesaving health care and health education programs, train more than 23,700 local health care professionals and deliver more than $206 million of medical supplies and medicines.
Project HOPE in Ecuador
Project HOPE's disaster relief team traveled to Ecuador following the April 16, 2016, 7.8 magnitude earthquake, to assess the situation and prepare for the delivery of medical supplies, medicines and volunteer help if needed. At this time, the government of Ecuador has not requested additional volunteers, but HOPE has shipped, by air, medical supplies requested by the government valuing $80,000. We stand by to assist if additional help is needed. Thanks for your support.
Thank You for Attending the 2016 Project HOPE Gala
"Your dedicated support is truly what Makes HOPE Happen around the globe every day," Tom Kenyon, M.D., M.P.H., President and CEO.
Bringing TB Awareness and Care to Migrant Workers in Kazakhstan
For almost 20 years, Project HOPE has implemented infectious disease programs in countries around the world. Its approach? Target the individual needs of a country and its communities. In Kazakhstan, Project HOPE’s approach to TB management and control focuses on addressing its migrant population, bringing TB awareness, screening and support in a series of coordinated campaigns to areas where migrants work.
Project HOPE Volunteer of the Year and Global Partner Volunteer of the Year
We are excited to announce Project HOPE's Volunteer of the Year, Nurse Ann Perez and our Global Partner Volunteer of the Year, Massachusetts General Hospital.
UDAY -Fighting Diabetes in India
Project HOPE, in partnership with Eli Lilly and Company, is conducting a five-year program in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Haryana with the Public Health Foundation of India and Population Services International called Project UDAY (Uday means "dawn" or "sunrise" in Hindi). The UDAY program is training a variety of health care providers and community health workers in cost-effective methods to prevent and manage diabetes and hypertension.
Field Update: Venezuelan Families Struggle Amid Worsening Conditions
Christine Bragale, Project HOPE’s head of public engagement, visited Project HOPE’s programs in Cúcuta, Colombia and shares what she’s seeing.
Kangaroo Mother Care Can Be a Family Affair
Project HOPE volunteer teaches families to help their tiny babies thrive