Founded by Peace Corps Volunteers working in collaboration with a community of people living with HIV, Hope Through Health works to expand access to healthcare for all individuals through community-driven initiatives in partnership with the public sector in Togo, West Africa.
2012 Annual Report
Learn more about our impact in Togo.
Download Hope Through Health’s 2012 Annual Report
May 23, 2013
Cask for a Cause
January 17, 2013
New York City
Fête de Charité: Cocktail Party and Silent Auction
November 28, 2012
Please join Hope Through Health at the newly opened Cause: A Philanthropub
November 10, 2012
Save the Date for the 7th Annual Hope Through Health Benefit.
About Hope Through Health
Guided by the belief that healthcare is a human right, and that all individuals deserve the highest standard of care regardless of their ability to pay, Hope Through Health is providing critical services where few others do. In Togo, where there are only four physicians and 19 nurses per 100,000 people, the public health system lacks the resources to respond adequately to patient needs. Hope Through Health refuses to accept the status quo and is working with the public sector to support community-based initiatives that expand access to healthcare. Hope Through Health was created in 2004 by Thomas Fiori and Peace Corps Volunteers, Kevin Fiori, Jr. and Dr. Peter Davenport. The organization currently supports comprehensive healthcare services for nearly 3,000 individuals through five health center sites in northern Togo. IRS Employer ID# 13-4288670.