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24 Aug 2012 description
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Millwood, Virginia, August 23, 2012

Global NGO Project HOPE, in collaboration with local Haitian and United States-based health organizations, will launch a new program in Haiti to improve medical services for people living with disabilities caused by the 2010 earthquake and other tragedies. The U.S. Agency for International Development-funded program will provide a full range of medical services for disabled persons from in-home care and therapy to advanced surgical interventions.

06 Apr 2012 description
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Project HOPE To Publish Bilingual Book to Educate Communities and Promote Disabled Rights in Haiti

Millwood, Virginia, April 6, 2012

Global NGO Project HOPE is launching a new innovative book in Haiti that addresses the stigma and discrimination afflicting thousands of disabled Haitians every day and calls for greater tolerance of amputees on World Health Day 2012.

18 Aug 2011 description
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Global NGO provides vitally needed surgery and medical care in Port-au-Prince

Millwood, Virginia, August 18, 2011

Project HOPE volunteers will arrive in Haiti on Friday to provide medical care for underserved communities, in collaboration with the U.S. Navy on the hospital ship, the USNS Comfort, which is making a poignant return visit 18 months after providing emergency care to thousands struck by a devastating earthquake that left hundreds of thousands homeless.

20 Jul 2011 description
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Project HOPE, US and Canadian experts to probe Haiti’s health care worker training crisis

A high-powered team of experts from some of North America’s finest medical schools and health systems, working with Project HOPE, a global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, have launched a comprehensive study into Haiti’s long-term health care training needs. Haiti continues to struggle following last year’s earthquake, which devastated its medical infrastructure and spawned a multitude of health emergencies, including multiple cholera outbreaks.

22 May 2011 description
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Project HOPE opens first Rehabilitation Center for thousands of disabled year after disaster

Millwood, Virginia, May 23, 2011

Project HOPE, a global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, is launching its first rehabilitation center in Haiti on Thursday to care for disabled patients of all ages with long-term needs.

21 Mar 2011 description
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International humanitarian aid and health education organization offers hope and healing in Haiti

Millwood, VA, March 21, 2011

As Haitians went to the polls Sunday, March 20, to choose a new leader, Project HOPE, an international health education and humanitarian assistance organization, is reaffirming its commitment to provide long-term care to thousands of Haitians rebuilding their lives after Haiti's devastating earthquake.

Project HOPE helped to create a new rehabilitation facility at Adventist Hospital in Diquini, near Port-au-Prince, known as "Chanje Lavi," …

25 Feb 2011 description
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Hope Staff Particpate in Ministry of Health Ambulance Transport Network Meetings

Posted By: Jason Friesen

As the cholera epidemic's death toll continues to rise throughout Haiti, the Haitian Ministry of Health (MSPP), in coordination with the Interim Haitian Reconstruction Committee (IHRC), convened key stakeholders last week to continue coordinating efforts to meet the difficult challenges of providing rapid emergency transportation for cholera victims.

Project HOPE was invited by MSPP to offer expert analysis and recommendations for alternative emergency transport systems …

25 Jan 2010 description
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Millwood, Va. (25 January 2010) - Project HOPE is responding to the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday, January 12.

-27 additional Project HOPE medical volunteers-for a total of 29-will begin a three week rotation aboard the USNS Comfort off the coast of Port-au-Prince on Wednesday morning. Volunteers include doctors and nurses with specialties in intensive care, post anesthesia care, surgery, physical therapy, pediatrics, pediatric intensive care, and neonatal intensive care.

18 Jan 2010 description
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Millwood, Va. (18 January 2010) - Project HOPE is responding to the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday, January 12.

- HOPE is sending medical volunteers to Haiti to care for injured.

- We shipped an initial disaster relief shipment from our warehouse in Winchester, Virginia including bandages, gauze, tape and some pharmaceuticals valued at $170,000.

- An additional $1 million of medicines and medical supplies that were enroute to the Dominican Republic before the earthquake in Haiti have been delivered and are being used in the earthquake relief effort.

13 Jan 2010 description
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Millwood, Va. (13 January 2010) - Project HOPE is responding to the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday, January 12.

HOPE welcomes donations from caring individuals and is reaching out to its extensive network of corporate partners to explore opportunities to gather medicines and medical supplies in country to distribute to individuals and families in need. Donate Now

In addition, HOPE is considering sending volunteers to help with the response effort.