Hope Through Health Profiled by Virgin Unite

Virgin Unite, the philanthropic arm of Richard Branson’s global Virgin brand, profiled Hope Through Health in an article entitled: “How communities can transform healthcare delivery.” Noting that “Healthcare doesn’t only happen in hospitals,” the post, which was shared with more than 278,000 Twitter followers across two of the company’s accounts, went on to explain: “By implementing […]


A Message from Hope Through Health co-founder Dr. Peter Davenport

In honor of Giving Tuesday and World AIDS Day, your gift to Hope Through Health counts twice. Any donation made between 11/20/17 and 12/1/17 will be matched by co-founder Dr. Peter Davenport up to $6,000. Dr. Davenport explains why he still supports the organization he helped start in 2004. *** Hello, I am a former […]


GIVING TUESDAY REMINDER, MAKE YOUR GIFT COUNT TWICE

Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday and your lifesaving donation has three times the impact on this international day of giving. Make a donation to provide healthcare in the most remote areas of Togo. A gift between 11/20/17 and 12/1/17 is matched by co-founder Dr. Peter Davenport up to $6,000. Use the #GivingTuesday hashtag to connect with us […]


Our 2017 annual report is here!

Community Health Workers integrated with improved health centers is a powerful combination, with an incredible impact.  In the past year alone, this combination has accomplished great things: •    Over 13,400 patients treated, including women, children, and individuals living with HIV in remote areas of northern Togo! •    More than 67,000 home visits conducted! •    More […]


Mulago Foundation Hosts Annual Design Course

By their own admission, the Mulago Foundation is obsessed with impact. They are driven to find social entrepreneurs (for-profit and non-profit), change agents, and mission-driven organizations working to go to scale and amplify a demonstrated solution. In fact, rather than accepting proposals, they seek out changemakers whom they can mentor, support, and train up. Jennifer Schechter, […]


Welcome to Ellen Zouras, Project Manager Change Fellow Through Construction For Change!

Ellen Zouras, a Project Manager Change Fellow through Construction for Change, brings a wealth of experience to Togo. Hope Through Health partners with the 30/30 Project and Construction for Change to renovate health clinics and build new facilities across northern Togo. Ellen will loan her expertise to help renovate dilapidated health centers so that they […]


Welcome to our Newest Team Member, Research Assistant, Nandita Rajshekhar!

Nandita Rajshekhar joins the Hope Through Health team as a research assistant who is passionate about implementation science, global health, and the opportunity to incorporate findings directly into healthcare policy and practice.   Shortly after completing an undergraduate degree in Molecular Genetics at The Ohio State University, Nandita began considering research beyond mice and microscopes. […]


Similar, but different: Peer learning exchange improves quality of healthcare in Togo and Rwanda

In January 2017, HTH partnered with Health Builders to participate in the 2017 CHMI Learning Exchange program. In this blog, Pernille Hoej, Hope Through Health’s Maternal and Child Health Program Coordinator, describes the experience. This blog originally appeared on the Center for Health Market Innovations blog.   During our short trip to Rwanda, a phrase we often heard was, “You […]


Introducing Our New Medical Director!

Hope Through Health is thrilled to have Dr. Komlan Nabissan Kenkou join our staff as the new Medical Director! Dr. Kenkou has extensive experience working within the public health sector and is a lifetime champion of health equity. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics; a Master’s Degree in Public Health from the University of Aix-Marseille; a Master’s […]


Hope Through Health Recognized for Commitment to Vulnerable Populations

The numbers behind the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Togo mask a hidden threat. While an overall prevalence rate of 3.2% in Togo might suggest an epidemic that is slowly but surely coming under control, the risk is much more significant for certain vulnerable populations. Notably, in sex workers and men who have sex with men (MSM), […]