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Nashville student completes project on CURE
Each year, the 4th grade class at Julia Green Elementary chooses a charity, or cause of their choice to showcase it for everyone.
Nonprofit Successfully Opens Healthcare Clinics in Every Indian State
CURE International India Expands Its Clubfoot Disability Treatment Program in South Asia NEW CUMBERLAND, PA—AUGUST 16, 2017—A global leader in the treatment of clubfoot, CURE International India announced today it has successfully opened clubfoot clinics in all 29 Indian states—bringing the country one step closer to eliminating clubfoot as a lifelong disability by 2030. With […]
CURE Malawi says goodbye to the Brown family
Last Friday we had a going away party for former Malawi Executive Director Rob Brown and his family! It was quite a touching day, with much laughter and many tears. We’ll miss Rob and his family deeply, but look forward to seeing what God leads him and his family to do next! Our four morning […]
CURE in the News: Week of July 30, 2017
News articles mentioning CURE International
CURE International Names Steve Hitt Executive Director of CURE Zambia
Veteran Healthcare Administrator Joins Nonprofit Hospital NEW CUMBERLAND, PA—July 31, 2017—Today, CURE International, a Christian nonprofit organization that operates charitable hospitals and programs in 29 countries, formally announced Steven E. Hitt as the new executive director of CURE Zambia, a pediatric teaching hospital specializing in the treatment and care of children living with physical disabilities […]
CURE in the News: Week of July 23, 2017
This week’s news articles feature CURE Clubfoot’s milestone of 100,000 patients, and Ping Pong 4 Purpose benefiting CURE Dominican Republic.
100,000 Children Rescued from Life-long Clubfoot Disability
NEW CUMBERLAND, PA—July 14, 2017—Committed to eliminating clubfoot as a lifelong disability by 2030, today CURE announced that they have enrolled over 100,000 children in their treatment program. Clubfoot is a pervasive problem in the developing world, with 158,000 afflicted children born every year in areas where treatment is limited or non-existent. Without intervention, these […]
CURE Uganda celebrates opening of expanded Outpatient Department
CURE Uganda celebrates the Ribbon Cutting and Dedication of a newly expanded Outpatient Department.
Unveiling the new Outpatient Department at CURE Uganda
Thanks to the gracious grant support from the Clemens Family Corporation, the newly expanded Outpatient Department (OPD) at CURE Hospital Uganda is fully operational. “The new OPD is now double in size and provides us with enough space for our work and for our patient records. We are no longer crowded as we used to […]
CURE in the News: Week of July 2, 2017
Clubfoot program transforms children’s lives in India, and CURE is mentioned by a New York Times Op-Ed columnist. Also, Kershaw’s Challenge will hold its Annual Ping Pong 4 Purpose later this month to benefit CURE Dominican Republic.
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