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PROJECT HOPE: 5 Reasons To Be Hopeful in 2022

Despite more than two years of COVID-19, we remain steadfast in our mission to improve global health — and there are lots of reasons to be optimistic about the world’s progress. Over the past year, we’ve seen remarkable collaboration across borders, between institutions, and among individuals. We’ve seen exciting new innovations, progress against some of […]

How to help the Ukrainian people with Global Impact charities

As the Ukraine crisis continues, Global Impact charities are on the ground providing critical emergency services like medical care, shelter, food, water and more. Many of our partners had a presence in Ukraine and the surrounding area prior to the invasion, positioning them to respond quickly to the devastating situation with in-country staff and local […]

PROJECT HOPE: Improving Odds for Women and Children in Dominican Republic

Women and children in the Dominican Republic face incredible health risks every day, and some of the highest mortality rates in the region. Nearly 20 out of every 1,000 babies won’t survive past the first 28 days of life, and 95 out of every 100,000 women won’t survive childbirth. The health gaps are particularly desperate […]

PROJECT HOPE: Saving the Newborn in the Dominican Republic

Infants are at Risk in the Dominican Republic

Overcrowding, severe health problems and inadequate or nonexistent health facilities are a way of life in many communities across the Dominican Republic. Dominican mothers and their babies face difficult odds: this country has one of the highest neonatal mortality rates (babies who don’t survive past the first 28 days of life) in Latin America. According […]

PROJECT HOPE: A Beacon of HOPE in Ethiopia

Aman (40) who now volunteers as a Community Resource Person

As often happens with HIV-positive diagnoses, Aman first found out he had TB, but was unaware that this was a co-infection with HIV. It was a volunteer Community Resource Person (CRP) with Project HOPE-led and USAID-funded Ethiopia Community HIV Care and Treatment (CHCT) program who suggested that Aman also be tested for HIV. The CRP […]