“Project HOPE has worked to make health care available for people around the globe. We are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Our work includes educating health professionals and community health workers, strengthening health facilities, fighting diseases such as TB, HIV/AIDS and diabetes and providing humanitarian assistance through donated medicines, medical supplies and volunteer medical help.”
Project HOPE operates within more than 35 countries and has a unique partnership with the U.S. Navy where medical volunteers are on board U.S. Navy ships and travel around the world to provide medical assistance, health education programs, vaccinations, and humanitarian assistance.
Health Care Education:
Project HOPE uses Health Care Education to train health field staff and give them the skills and expertise necessary to operate the hospitals, clinics and community health programs in the regions that the organization works in. These programs focus on areas including primary care, reproductive health, and maternal and children’s health for community health promoters while also establishing tertiary care postgraduate medical programs such as nursing and health professional continuing education.
Project HOPE strives to provide emergency assistance during disasters and to strengthen the educational programs and facilities with medical products. During disaster emergencies, Project HOPE endeavors to create a long-term access to vital medicines and supplies.