Project HOPE Village Savings and Loans Group In Action
Check out our video from one of Project HOPE's Village Savings and Loans groups in Guija District, Mozambique.
Project HOPE Volunteers, In Their Own Words – Matya Cooksey From Haiti
Matya Cooksey, a California native, works as a Nurse Practitioner in community health.
Project HOPE in Haiti II
Project HOPE sent 80 medical volunteers onboard the USNS Comfort to care for injured Haitians following the devastating January 12th earthquake in Haiti.
Volunteers, In Their Own Words – Jennifer in Liberia
Project HOPE volunteer Jennifer Oh, a certified nurse midwife from Lawndale Christian Health Center in Chicago, Illinois speaks about the successes of her volunteer mission in LIberia in September 2009.
Volunteers in Their Own Words…Kathleen Martin in Liberia
Kathleen Martin, a nurse midwife from Driggs, Idaho recently returned from a health education mission in Liberia
Project HOPE Volunteers…In Their Own Words : Kristen in Colombia
Kristen Wilson, from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, served aboard the USNS Comfort in May and June of 2009 as a critical care nurse/PACU working in Panama and Colombia
Project HOPE Volunteers…In Their Own Words…Tauna
Tauna Ainslie, a nurse with 29 years of experience in emergency room and ICU care, volunteered for Project HOPE as an ER trauma nurse in Latin America onboard the USNS Comfort in May and June.
Project HOPE Volunteers, In Their Own Words – Jane onboard the USNS Comfort
Jane Bower, a nurse from Advance Nursing in Tucson, Arizona, is a first-time Project HOPE volunteer.
Project HOPE Volunteers, In Their Own Words – Elie onboard the USNS Comfort
Project HOPE volunteer Elie Malloy tells about her experience working onboard the Comfort during a humanitarian and health education mission from April to July
Project HOPE Volunteers, In Their Own Words… Elise on Health Education in Panama
Project HOPE volunteer Elise Chamberlain tells about her experience providing lifesaving certification classes to young EMTs, nurses and doctors at the Policentro de Salud Dr. Juan A. Nun?z clinic in downtown Colon, Panama.
A Beacon of HOPE in Ethiopia
40-year-old Aman has emerged as a beacon of hope for his small Ethiopian community. Among his family, his coworkers, his classmates and his community, his positivity shines brightly in the shadow of the positive HIV diagnosis he received just a year ago.
Joshua’s Story: How Project HOPE is Helping Dominican Doctors Save Newborn Lives
In the seven months since he was born, Joshua, a patient at Los Mina hospital in the Dominican Republic, has had five surgeries for complications involving his bile ducts. With limited equipment and staff, doctors are doing all they can to save babies like Joshua and reduce the country’s alarming neonatal and infant mortality rate.
Heroes of the Northern Cape: Stories from the Front Lines of South Africa’s Battle with Diabetes
Diabetes is the second-most common cause of death in South Africa. Lifestyle and diet choices are fueling the problem, but the country’s overburdened public health system is having trouble dealing with the nearly 10,000 new cases diagnosed each month. In the isolated Northern Cape province, diabetes treatment is especially hard to come by. With help from local healthcare professionals like Rita Venter, Project HOPE is working to change that.