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!

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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)

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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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  • Wrapping babies in words of life

    At a recent CURE event, traditional Ugandan wraps were given to attendees to be given back to Ugandan moms. Scripture and words of encouragement were written on the wraps by the attendees, and each was prayed over before being sent out to the hospital. We decided it would be a great idea for Oasis Hospital in the UAE to do this as well. Read More

  • When healing means freedom from hiding

    If you met Lauri today, you might notice that he's a little bit shorter than most 20-year-olds. After all, he’s a rapper whose stage name is "El Pitufo," which roughly translates to "The Smurf." Lauri was born with an inherited bone disorder that causes dwarfism, hence the nickname. But it wouldn't take long to realize his stature bears no resemblance to his personality. If his height is dwarfed, his personality is anything but. Read More

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