Millwood, VA, June 11, 2018
Project HOPE announced the deployment of an emergency medical response team to Guatemala as fresh lava flows from the Fuego volcano, prolonging a disaster that has displaced thousands of people.
Project HOPE is deploying an emergency team to respond to critical health needs after the Fuego volcano in Guatemala left 109 dead and 200 missing. Dangerous flows of ash, rock and toxic gases have forced tens of thousands of people to evacuate their homes after the country’s most violent eruption in four decades. Our team is engaged with local partners and will support the efforts of the Guatemalan government, which has requested international assistance including water filters, medicines, medical supplies and equipment, mobile hospitals, and medical support.
Partnership provides critical health services, and diabetes and nutrition education
San Juan, PR, May 23, 2018
Millwood, VA, May 21, 2018
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE, a leader in global health development and emergency relief programs, have joined the 2018 Pacific Partnership, the 13th annual humanitarian aid mission and disaster response exercise led by the United States Navy in the Asia Pacific region. HOPE volunteers will implement side-by-side trainings with local health care professionals in Nha Trang, Vietnam.
Millwood, VA (April 4, 2018) – When a humanitarian crisis or medical emergency strikes in an unstable part of the globe, the quicker health workers can deploy and become fully operational, the more lives they can save.
Project HOPE, a global health development and relief organization, is teaming up with the Planet Water Foundation to provide clean water and hygiene education programs in Puerto Rico on World Water Day on March 22. The Planet Water Foundation’s “Project 24” will install 24 water towers simultaneously in the U.S. territory and four countries in Asia.
Millwood, VA, September 22, 2017
Project HOPE announced the deployment of an emergency response team, including medical professionals, to Puerto Rico, which is facing a long period of recovery after Hurricane Maria left millions without power, compromising health facilities, the water system and sanitation services.
Project HOPE says the health and survival of millions of women and children are at stake as famine looms in Nigeria. Amid growing fears of mass starvation in parts of Africa and Yemen where conflict, drought, and economic instability have combined to create the most severe food crisis in decades, Project HOPE deployed a team of health and nutrition experts to assess the immediate humanitarian needs in northeast Nigeria.
Millwood, VA, January 12, 2017
Hurricane Matthew devastation in Haiti
On the 7th anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, Project HOPE vows to continue efforts to help rebuild Haiti’s health system after Hurricane Matthew compromised progress made to the health sector during the years following the devastating earthquake in 2010.
Millwood, VA, November 4, 2016
Project HOPE announced an airlift of medicines and supplies to Haiti today as health needs persist one month after Hurricane Matthew blasted through the Caribbean nation.
Responding to Haiti
Millwood, VA, October 7, 2016
Haiti's Interim President, Jocelerme Privert, told Project HOPE today that humanitarian needs are increasing rapidly after Hurricane Matthew unleashed massive flooding and widespread destruction, claiming hundreds of lives.
The President and First Lady, Ginette Michaud Privert, met with Project HOPE’s disaster relief team in Port-au-Prince on Friday amid growing concerns about a surge in cholera cases and other illnesses.
Millwood, VA, August 10, 2016
Millwood, VA, June 9, 2016
Medical volunteers from Project HOPE, the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, have joined Pacific Partnership 2016, the 11th annual humanitarian aid mission and disaster response exercise led by the U.S. Navy to the Asia Pacific Region. Traveling aboard the USNS Mercy, a 1,000-bed hospital ship, the medical volunteers will support the U.S. Navy and partner nations by providing medical care, teaching medical topics and implementing side-by-side trainings with local health care professionals.
Millwood, Va., April 25, 2016
Project Hope's humanitarian aid continues in Nepal one year after earthquakes. Project HOPE, a global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, says it is standing by Nepal on the first anniversary of the earthquake to improve access to health services for communities in need.
Team working through latest 6.0 magnitude quake near same areas impacted less than one week ago.
Millwood, VA, April 22, 2016 Project HOPE, the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, announced today that its disaster response team is on the ground in Ecuador following the massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck the country’s central coast on Saturday, April 16, 2016.
Millwood, VA, April 7, 2016
Project HOPE, the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, today announced the development of a cold chain facility at Hôpital Sacré-Coeur de Milot, the only one of its kind in northern Haiti, to ensure that critical medicines, vaccines and supplies can reach those in need.
By Emilija Dukovski, Project HOPE’s Finance and Administration Manager in Skopje, Macedonia
As the weather gets colder the number of migrants and refugees transiting Macedonia has not gotten any lower than before. The average number of people transiting Macedonia per day only couple of months ago was 2,000, and today the average is 4,000-5,000.
By Dalibor Tasevski, Project HOPE’s Regional GIK Manager/Disaster Response Coordinator
Volunteer health professionals from Project HOPE, the international health education and humanitarian aid organization, have joined Pacific Partnership 2015, a humanitarian mission and training exercise led by the United States Navy to help underserved communities in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and