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

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Adam's Story

Because of his surgery at CURE, Adam can walk normally and has hope for a bright future. Read his life-changing story.

Read his story » Image of Adam laughing at his home; Adam was healed through surgery to correct Bowed legs at CURE International's hospital in Malawi (background image)

Bringing hope and healing to Malawi

Learn about CURE’s work in one of the most populated but least developed countries.

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  • CURE Zambia’s Dr. Kachinga featured on CNN

    Dr. Kachinga Sichizya, neurosurgeon at CURE Zambia, just might be the most interesting man in the world.Not only is Dr. Kachinga a highly esteemed neurosurgeon, he is also a published author. His books are part of the curriculum in Zambia schools. He is also a musician... make that songwriter/recording artist - he's on his fourth album. And he's an athlete; he is a marathon runner, boxer, and has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro. We could go on, but you should probably just watch the CNN features below and find out why we're so proud to call Dr. Kachinga one of our own. Read More

  • Take us out to the ball game

    In addition to the traditional pediatric orthopedic cases that have transformed the bodies of children from around the country, CURE Dominicana has been blessed with the opportunity to have an impact in one of the Dominican Republic’s major industries: baseball. Young Dominican children can be seen in every neighborhood playing ball with sticks for bats along with homemade balls and gloves. They dream of someday playing in the “Grandes Ligas,” the Major Leagues. Read More

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