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

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Alfred's Story

Today, ten-year-old Alfred’s face radiates joy; a broad, bright smile lights up his face. And Alfred has good reason to smile:
today, he can walk without pain.

Read his story » Image of Alfred smiling among his classmates; Alfred was healed of clubfoot through surgery at the AIC CURE Hospital in Kijabe, Kenya (background image)

Africa’s first pediatric orthopedic hospital

Learn how the AIC-CURE Kenya is transforming lives of children with physical disabilities.

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