People of CURE

“Moher fell out of a Manzanita tree on December 29 and broke his arm. At first, I took him in for traditional massage, but all they could do was treat it with herbs. I knew there was more to his injury, so I took him to the local hospital. They wanted a lot of money to treat it, more than we had, and we didn’t know where to turn next. But then, I heard about CURE through my work as a barangay (neighborhood) health worker, and we came to clinic, where Dr. Reyes told us there was help available. I’m very happy and amazed with how we’ve been catered to [by CURE]. I want to help promote CURE through my work, because of everything you’re doing to help my son.”

Rosana, mother of Moher

About the photographer
Photo of the Hope Kim Doit

Hope Kim Doit Hope Kim Doit serves as a CURE Storyteller in the Philippines. She enjoys quality time with kids, memorable selfies, and a delicious serving of coffee-flavored gelato. She was first involved with CURE U, CURE's University program, at the University of Florida, where she acquired her bachelor’s degree in Health Science. She wants to live a life full of adventure on a daily basis, but also thinks that talking to people is an adventure in itself. Hope Kim was born two hours away from the Tebow CURE Hospital and couldn’t be more excited to be back in the Philippines, capturing every moment so she can share it with the rest of the world.


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