What We Do
We empower health care workers globally so they can teach, heal and find sustainable solutions to complex public health issues in their communities. We focus on improving maternal, neonatal and child health; fighting infectious and noncommunicable diseases; responding to disasters and health crises, and the policies that impact how health care is delivered.
When disaster strikes or emergencies arise, Project HOPE responds quickly to support affected communities by providing medical services and essential medicines and supplies.
Infectious diseases, including TB and HIV/AIDS, still affect millions around the globe. And Project HOPE is there on the front lines building the capacity to fight these diseases and focusing on prevention and treatment.
Project HOPE has been a leader in providing community education and health care worker training to help halt the global epidemic of noncommunicable diseases such as diabetes, respiratory diseases, and cardiovascular disease.
Project HOPE works around the globe to reduce the millions of preventable deaths among women, newborns, and children every year through strengthening the health workforce and improving quality of care.
Project HOPE’s Health Affairs is the leading journal of health policy thought and research exploring health policy issues of current concern in domestic and international spheres.