You can find out a lot about people by the company they keep. The same is true of organisations. CURE is thankful to have a host of organisations with impeccable integrity to help make our vision come true.
CURE International continues to be most appreciative of the support that the Jersey Overseas Aid has so generously provided to heal children with physical disabling conditions in developing countries.
CURE International remains extremely grateful for the support that the Vitol Charitable Foundation has generously provided to the CURE Clubfoot program since 2006.
CURE International is very thankful of the support that the Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission has generously provided to help bring healing to children suffering with a correctable disability in the developing world.
COSECSA Oxford Orthopaedic Link (COOL) is a multi-country programme (2012-2017) led by the University of Oxford and the College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA). It aims to strengthen trauma and musculoskeletal impairment (TMSI) care in the ten COSECSA countries through trauma and orthopaedic training courses and clinical fellowships, epidemiological research, and capacity building. The ten COSECSA countries are Burundi, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. COOL partners include CURE International UK, the four CURE International hospitals in Kenya, Ethiopia, Malawi and Zambia, Primary Trauma Care Foundation and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. COOL is funded by the UK Department for International Development through the THET Health Partnership Scheme.
The Africa Clubfoot Training (ACT) project (2015-7) is a collaboration between the University of Oxford, CURE Ethiopia Children’s Hospital, the CURE Clubfoot programme, Global Clubfoot Initiative and CURE International UK. The project aims to strengthen training in clubfoot programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa through the development of standardised Ponseti treatment training resources for the region, a new training of trainers course, and training around 60 new trainers from clubfoot programmes around the region. ACT is funded by the UK Department for International Development through the THET Health Partnership Scheme.