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.
Project HOPE Volunteers, In Their Own Words – Mary from Panama
Project HOPE volunteer Mary Feury tells about her experience working onboard the Comfort during a humanitarian and health education mission in Colon, Panama and Tumaco, Colombia in May and June of 2009.
Project HOPE Volunteers, In Their Own Words–Kendra in Panama
Project HOPE volunteer Kendra Dilcher tells about her experience working at a stadium turned-medical clinic in Colon, Panama in May of 2009.
Project HOPE Volunteers, In Their Own Words — Marley and Stacey in Panama
Project HOPE volunteers Marley Gevanthor and Stacey Giglio speak from a stadium turned-medical clinic in Colon, Panama in May of 2009.
Dads Around The World
At Project HOPE, we work to create a world in which everyone has access to the health care needed to live their lives to the fullest. Our lifesaving work impacts children, women, men and families everywhere. This Father’s Day, we're shining a light on dads around the world who play important roles in the health and well-being of their families.
Don’t Wake the Wolf: Pediatric HIV Care in Namibia
“If you don’t take your medicine on time, you will wake up the wolf.”