Published by CURE Editorial Team
CURE in the News: Week of March 6, 2018
Currie Medical Specialties donates life saving pneumatic compression devices to CURE, and stars come out for Tim Tebow Foundation Celebrity Weekend.
10 days old and abandoned
Story by Shubhanjali Chaudhary from CURE India Baby Sarvagya is a toughie! Born in the Himalayan region in northern India, Baby Sarvagya was abandoned at 10 days of age. He was born with bilateral clubfoot, and without delay the social workers brought him to a CURE Clubfoot clinic for treatment. The sight of this cute little […]
CURE in the News: Week of January 7, 2018
Dr. Venditti travels to the Philippines to heal kids with cleft lip, Dr. Mathew Varghese makes Bill Gate’s blog, and Health and Medicine looks at going shuntless with CURE Hydrocephalus.
CURE in the News: Week of December 17, 2017
CURE is mentioned in various news articles including a post in the New York Times and NPR.com.
Being good stewards of God’s resources
This post was written by Dave Helman, CPA. He is the Finance Director of CURE International. You may be surprised to know that—even as a CPA—the daily discipline of maintaining proper accounting records and standards isn’t always the never-ending thrill ride you might expect it to be. Don’t get me wrong! Numbers are, in fact, […]
My CURE U trip: At peace in Zambia
The night before our team left for Zambia, we experienced the most amazing encounter that set the tone of our journey. We were told to do laundry so we weren’t all having to do laundry at the same time. Of course, that didn’t happen!
In the News: Week of November 12, 2017
CURE Hydrocephalus & Spina Bifida is highlighted in Clinical Neurosurgery, an academic journal, for advancing the treatment of infant hydrocephalus. Also, the Central Penn Business Journal features CURE’s program for treatment of clubfoot in India.
My CURE U trip: Faithful farmers in Zambia
I feel like you can never get enough of watching God heal His children, but it wasn’t until I returned home that I my eyes were really opened.
Abel’s new opportunity
While at the children’s home, two visiting Canadian doctors were playing with Abel and noticed that his eyes were “sunsetting.”
Enock’s appointed time
While Enock was harvesting maize with his friends, one of them threw unshelled maize that hit him hard on his hip. He fell down and could not walk. His friends immediately reported the matter to his parents who rushed him to a clinic nearby. His life took a different shape from then on.
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