Project HOPE

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Project HOPE (Health Opportunities for People Everywhere) is an international health care organization founded in the United States in 1958. Its most visible aspect was the SS HOPE, the first peacetime hospital ship (converted from the USS Consolation (AH-15)). The SS HOPE was retired in 1974, after sailing to Indonesia, South Vietnam, Peru, Ecuador, Guinea, Nicaragua, Colombia, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Tunisia, Jamaica, and Brazil. On these voyages doctors, nurses, and technical staff provided medical care and training to people in each country visited. The SS HOPE was not replaced, and emphasis switched entirely to land-based operations. Today there are organizations in Germany and the United Kingdom, in addition to the original organization in the United States. Project HOPE helps different developing countries in efforts to eradicate infectious diseases like HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. They also help educate parents on how to prevent and treat diseases for their children and themselves, and also train health professionals. Project HOPE also sets up village health banks, which give small loans to women so they can improve their health and familys health. The village health banks also educate women on health. Project HOPE is headquartered at Carter Hall in Millwood, Virginia.

Snapshot

Founded1958
Total value of jobs:
$975,000
Total Jobs:
3
Average Pay:
$121,875
Total Experts:
1
% Masters:
33%

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Project HOPE Salaries

Environmental Health & Safety Specialist

$90K

$90K

Average Salary:$90,000

IT Team Manager

$90K

$90K

Average Salary:$90,000

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