Uganda

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

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I am alive because someone gave.

Patience was transformed through CURE Uganda and the support of CURE’s generous donors.

Read the story of how Patience was healed at CURE.

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Eunice's Story

The CURE Uganda hospital has created a legacy of healing children with neurosurgical conditions, like Eunice. Watch her amazing and inspiring story.

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You are saving lives in Uganda

Learn how your partnership with CURE is transforming lives in Mbale and throughout Uganda.

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How you can pray for CURE's work in Uganda

Find out some of our specific prayer requests, and join us in prayer.

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  • Watching healing from start to finish

    Being here in Ethiopia for six months already blows my mind. It’s hard to believe I’ve been here that long! I continually think, "How will I ever enjoy a job as much as I enjoy working for CURE?" I can’t imagine anything fulfilling my heart as much as seeing kids come with physical disabilities and leave healed and happy! I wish visitors could see kids pre- and post-surgeries, but no one can take off from work for that long for a visit! That said, it’s my job to show you both. Read More

  • An operating room worship service in Zambia

    Earlier this year I traveled to CURE Zambia with a group of church leaders. I asked a good friend of mine, Tich Dzinotyiwei, to join us. Tich was one of my best students when I led the Theological College of Zimbabwe, and he went on to become the head of his denomination, working with Baptist congregations all over Zimbabwe. Read More

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