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Shining a light on CURE Kenya’s 20th anniversary
“What would you do if you knew that, that beggar at the end of the street you pass [by] every day could have had a better opportunity to receive an education, employment, or independence if something had been done about their condition when they were still young? We cannot rewind time, but we can do something now…”
CURE Niger’s new guesthouse awaits first patients
Our patients come not only from all over Niger but also from all parts of West Africa. Our guesthouse ensures that these patients won’t have to worry about whether they can afford a place to stay when they make (what can be) an expensive, multi-day voyage to our hospital for surgeries and doctor appointments.
CURE Malawi’s new mobile library
CURE Malawi recently received some lovely visitors from the UK who helped fund and set up a mobile library for our kids!
Kids strike a pose on the runway… in Niger
CURE Niger hosted its first-ever fashion show. The event itself was a fun occasion with lots of laughter, joy, and constant confusion regarding who would go next! The kids wore flattering, custom-made clothes by local tailors.
Compassionate teen turns Sweet 16 party into a fundraiser for CURE!
As Kenna’s 16th birthday approached, her mother, Stacy, wanted to celebrate in a special way. Kenna loves folk dancing, so Stacy suggested they host a folk dance party in honor of her big day.
Where there was death, God has given life
Life is tough for the Fulani, traditional nomads who wander the southern Sahara, the expansive desert that spans much of Niger. So while life is hard for the Fulani, life is especially hard for Hadiza, a young Fulani girl born with knock knees,
CURE Uganda celebrates its IAM graduates
For nearly fourteen years, CURE Uganda has hosted the International Accelerated Missions (IAM), a ministry of churches dedicated to training students in discipleship.
Anthony: A Skeptical Father Believes!
When the second follow-up appointment came, Anthony accompanied his son with one mission in mind: to prove to himself that his son’s leg was indeed getting healed.
Inspired volunteers engage kids at CURE Ethiopia
Many different people come to CURE Ethiopia to volunteer and help us in any way they can. These two women make a difference each day they are at the hospital. They enjoy spending time with the children, teaching them different crafts, playing with them, and just making them happy! In their own words, each tells what it’s like to work as a volunteer at CURE Ethiopia.
Ministering to families through food
These cooks have genuine passion for both food and ministry. Meet the cooks of CURE Uganda.
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