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Add Capacity! For CURE Ethiopia Children’s Hospital

27 October, 2022

This Christmas, CURE International UK is raising vital funds for its partner, the CURE Children’s Hospital of Ethiopia. Many of you know this hospital, perhaps even in a personal capacity,…

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CURE Opens Largest Specialized Paediatric ICU Building in Uganda

28 September, 2022

The CURE Children’s Hospital of Uganda (CURE Uganda) is the world’s foremost neurosurgical hospital, treating children suffering from brain conditions such as hydrocephalus, spina bifida, and tumours.  Over its 21-year…

BBC News Features CURE Uganda’s Shuntless Solution for Hydrocephalus

8 September, 2022

Thirteen years ago in Kenya, a two-week-old baby named Milan was diagnosed with acquired hydrocephalus, a life-threatening condition in which fluid builds up inside the child’s brain at the time…

CURE Delivers Record-Breaking 14,000+ Children’s Surgeries in Historic Year

18 August, 2022

Despite the challenge of a global pandemic, CURE International is celebrating a record-breaking volume of paediatric surgeries — the most in a single year since its founding in 1996. During…

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The Power of Play: our campaign for an accessible Playground at the CURE Children’s Hospital of Zimbabwe

22 July, 2022

In May 2022 we celebrated one year of service to the Children of Zimbabwe! Just over a year ago, children in Zimbabwe who needed orthopaedic surgery could only dream. A…

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Celebrating One Year of Service to the Children of Zimbabwe!

31 May, 2022

A year ago, children in Zimbabwe who needed orthopaedic surgery could only dream. A year later, it has become reality for hundreds. Like many of its patients, CURE Children’s Hospital…

Living Her Dreams: New Milestones, New Beginnings, and Abundant Blessings

18 August, 2022

After her clubfoot was surgically corrected, Lucy gained the confidence to interact with people and pursue her dreams. Today, if you met 22-year-old Lucy from Kenya, you might not believe…

This is Carmen!

26 July, 2022

Recently, Dr. Collen at CURE Zimbabwe completed the first procedure to separate his fingers at no cost to him or his family. Without this care, his genetic condition would likely…

CURE UK welcomes Timothy Perkin to the board of trustees

CURE UK is thrilled to welcome a new trustee to its governing board, Timothy Perkin. Tim is a sustainability consultant at Kumi, where he specialises in responsible sourcing. His role…

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Eda’s Dream: A Young Girl’s Journey to Healing and Her Goal of Becoming a Nurse

14 June, 2022

In places where medical resources are scarce, simple childhood accidents can become lifelong disabilities. This could have been the case for Eda, a charming and resilient 14-year-old girl from Malawi,…

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CURE Ethiopia Performs Ethiopia’s First Microvascular Surgery to Save a Child’s Leg

9 June, 2022

Three years ago, Sofonias, an eight-year-old boy, fell and broke his leg while playing outside with friends. His mom, Endawek, rushed him to a local hospital, where the doctors performed…

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Add Capacity! For CURE Ethiopia Children’s Hospital

on 27 October, 2022

CURE Opens Largest Specialized Paediatric ICU Building in Uganda

on 28 September, 2022

BBC News Features CURE Uganda’s Shuntless Solution for Hydrocephalus

on 8 September, 2022

CURE Delivers Record-Breaking 14,000+ Children’s Surgeries in Historic Year

on 18 August, 2022

Living Her Dreams: New Milestones, New Beginnings, and Abundant Blessings

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