Afghanistan

CURE's hospital in Kabul is transforming the lives of children with disabilities and their families in Afghanistan through medical and spiritual healing.

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Diljan's Story

After six miscarriages, Diljan was finally able to deliver a beautiful baby girl— thanks to expert care at CURE Kabul!

Read her story » Image of Diljan holding her child in the CURE Kabul Hospital in Afghanistan (background image)

CURE Kabul’s NICU: Making a Huge Impact on Afghanistan’s Tiniest Citizens

An image of a baby in the CURE International hospital of Afghanistan's NICU (background graphic)

Tour our NICU and meet its little patients!

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You are saving lives in Afghanistan

Learn how your partnership with CURE is transforming lives in Kabul and throughout Afghanistan.

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