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Chisomo means grace

by on Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 1:25 pm

Fourteen years later, one of CURE’s first patients has returned to CURE Malawi as a volunteer! Chisomo was a patient when the hospital opened it’s doors back in 2002.

CPR training at CURE Niger

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Maureen is CURE’s Nurse Consultant and she regularly travels across our network of hospitals making sure our nursing staff is providing the best quality care possible!

Peter: The animated storyteller

by on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 9:45 pm

Peter spends his days ensuring CURE is a clean, happy place: clean because he is on the housekeeping team and happy because of the joy that he spreads. Peter. When we asked Elvis to describe Peter, this was his response: “If I’m having a bad day, I go to see Peter. He always cheers me up!”

Impact Youth visits CURE Zambia

by on Sunday, November 5, 2017 at 8:13 am

Impact Youth was inspired by Matthew 25:36 and a desire to put their faith into action, so they made CURE Zambia a part of their outreach program.

Mead Minutes: Hello from Santo Domingo

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Hello from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic!! Warm, humid weather has marked my time here. Hurricane Irma was gracious to this part of the DR and only soaked the area but did not cause any major destruction. The hospital is running well. I am enjoying my Dominican coffee each morning, although the staff cannot believe I […]

All women in India ensured access to treatment for clubfoot in their new-borns

by on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 11:16 am

CURE and RemitRadar, supported by Bharti AXA General Insurance and a leading global reinsurer, sign Letter of Intent for unique partnership to end clubfoot deformity in India New Delhi, India—November 1, 2017—CURE International, a global leader in the treatment of clubfoot, and their partner, CURE International India Trust (CURE India), together with RemitRadar and supported […]

Donia: Thankful for God’s goodness

by on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at 9:07 pm

“What will God do to my legs so I can be like the other kids?” Seven-year-old Donia’s questions started one day when other kids imitated the way she walked. She cried and asked her mom Susan, “The kids bullied me about my legs. What should I do with it?” Susan answered, “I don’t really know […]

Abel’s new opportunity

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While at the children’s home, two visiting Canadian doctors were playing with Abel and noticed that his eyes were “sunsetting.”

Alex: Let’s go save a life

by on Sunday, October 29, 2017 at 7:47 pm

Warning: This blog contains graphic surgery photos. —
Alex is a Scrub Technician at CURE Uganda, but he didn’t always work at a hospital. Before CURE, he worked in construction. However, a gesture from his neighbor would eventually land him on a different, but desired path.

Aisha’s testimony: Continuing in Christ

by on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 9:23 pm

Aisha: When I came to this hospital, I was not a Christian, but I have now converted to Christianity. I feel different. I feel like a load has been taken off.

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