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Program areas at Project HOPE Health Affairs
Disasters and Health care: The mission of Project Hope's disasters and Health crises program is to provide emergency Health related-assistance where disasters strike, including donations of needed medicines and medical supplies and volunteer support to strengthen weakened Health care systems. We also coordinate closely with our global Health programs to assess critical medicine and supply needs and coordinate with corporate partners, pharmaceutical companies and other partners to get donated medicines and supplies to places where they are needed most. In 2019, Project Hope delivered $36 million worth of donated medicines and medical supplies around The globe.
Health policy Health Affairs: Health Affairs, The leading journal of Health policy thought and research, is published by Project Hope. The peer-reviewed journal appears monthly in print and online with additional articles released online ahead of print. Published since 1981, The Washington post has called Health Affairs The bible of Health policy. Health Affairs publishes policy briefs and a widely-read blog, both of which are available at no charge on our website. Health Affairs hosts a range of public events and media briefings.
Global Health program: Project Hope worked in nearly 28 countries in 2019 to address The most pressing Health needs of vulnerable populations. We partner with local ministries of Health, other ngos and funding partners to provide expert Health programming and local Health care worker training in The areas of infectious and chronic diseases, disasters and Health crises, and maternal, neonatal, and child Health. In 2019, Project Hope helped train approximately 22k Health care workers and reached over 986,000 beneficiaries with lifesaving Health programs.