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Help Us Fundraise for CURE!

by alice on January 2, 2019

You could help a child with a correctable disability receive the help they need by holding a fundraising event in your community. Thousands of children are waiting for treatment. Why…

Mobile Clinics Spread Healing

by alice on December 17, 2018

CURE Zambia Partners with Local Churches to Reach Patients Far and Wide In late October, a team of medical and spiritual co-workers travelled to the Luapula province (over 700 km…

CURE, #GivingTuesday, and YOU

by alice on November 27, 2018

If you’ve bagged a Black Friday bargain or saved on Cyber Monday- now’s your chance to give something back. Why not use the money that you saved and raise funds…

World Smile Day: With one surgery, a whole life is changed.

by alice on October 5, 2018

If you live in the UK—or in many other places, for that matter—and you are born with a cleft lip, chances are good you’ll receive treatment as soon as possible…

CURE Niger strike a pose on the runway…

by alice on September 12, 2018

It was a hot and sunny day, which isn’t all that surprising since most every day here at CURE Niger is hot and sunny. What set this day apart? CURE…

Clubfoot free: Felicity

by alice on August 1, 2018

Felicity and her parents, Ruth and Clements, live almost an hour out of town in a village on the outskirts of Blantyre. When patient and their families live far away…

A day at CURE Kenya

by alice on July 25, 2018

Last year, Christopher Mullen, CUREkids Coordinator at CURE Uganda, spent two days at CURE Kenya. This is what he observed. On a windswept hillside overlooking Rift Valley, you will find…

Clubfoot free: Betty

by alice on July 18, 2018

Betty’s dad, Stephen, says, “When we learned about the clubfoot, we were very stressed because she was our first child. We thought that maybe our baby would not walk or…

Niger’s Patient Gardens

by alice on July 11, 2018

Niger is consistently ranked as one of the least developed countries in the world which, among other things, means transportation is often unreliable or non-existent. As such, it is a…

Peter: Standing tall again

by alice on June 22, 2018

Peter walked through CURE Zambia’s doors in June 2017 with a condition known as genu valgum, commonly called as “knock-knee.” Genu valgum is a condition that causes the knees to…

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Help Us Fundraise for CURE!

alice on January 2, 2019

Mobile Clinics Spread Healing

alice on December 17, 2018

CURE, #GivingTuesday, and YOU

alice on November 27, 2018

World Smile Day: With one surgery, a whole life is changed.

alice on October 5, 2018

CURE Niger strike a pose on the runway…

alice on September 12, 2018