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

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Keneni's Story

Keneni suffered from clubfoot since she was born. Then she found hope, acceptance and life-changing care at CURE Ethiopia.

Read her story » Image of Keneni and her mother after CURE's hosptial in Ethiopia treater her for clubfoot (background image)

Habtam's Story

After years of hiding her face because of her cleft lip, Habtam now holds her head high. Find out how surgery changed her life.

Read her story » Image of Habtam, a patient at the CURE Ethiopia hospital (background image)

Transforming lives in Ethiopia

Learn about the work CURE is doing in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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