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MedSend Sends Additional Surgeons to CURE Hospitals

10 May, 2022

Expanded Partnership Strengthens African Medical Capacity for Years to Come One of the greatest challenges facing the 400 million children in Africa is a critical shortage of trained medical professionals….

Children Burned in Horrific Schoolhouse Fire Receive Care from CURE Children’s Hospital of Niger

31 March, 2022

Every day across Niger, children gather in straw huts that serve as schoolhouses. And each day in Niger, the hope of education is mixed with the risk of catastrophe. On…

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The CUREkid that melted the heart of the President

On 14th May 2021, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Dr. Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, paid an official visit to the CURE Children’s Hospital of Zimbabwe to celebrate its grand…

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CURE International Honours Dr. Chris Lavy and The Beit Trust for their Remarkable Contributions to Paediatric Health in Africa

25 February, 2022

Dr. Chris Lavy is an example of how one person can change the world. Dr. Lavy has dedicated his life to utilizing his God-given talents to make the world a…

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Get to Know Dr. Yong – CURE’s First Chinese-Born Surgeon

Patients at CURE International hospitals are blessed to receive life-changing care from capable medical professionals from around the world. Dr. Bicheng Yong is the latest in a long line of…

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Tim Tebow Breaks Ground for New Children’s Ward at CURE Zimbabwe

10 February, 2022

New facility will be a major improvement in the country’s paediatric healthcare Tim Tebow’s life is all about impact — both on the field and in the world. In 2014,…

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Historic Homecoming: Zimbabwean Becomes the First Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon to Return and Treat Children at CURE International Hospital

23 October, 2021

UK-trained doctor is the first native-born surgeon to return to practice paediatric orthopaedics in the Sub-Saharan country CURE International has helped make history today for the people of Zimbabwe. Today…

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Conditions we Treat: Windswept Deformity

30 March, 2022

This blog is part of an ongoing series looking to explain the common conditions CURE treats in ways that all of us non-medical folk can understand. A condition in which…

CURE Uganda Announces New Strategic Partnership to Support Neurosurgical Training in Africa

9 February, 2022

CURE Children’s Hospital of Uganda performs more hydrocephalus and spina bifida surgeries than any other hospital in the world. Expanding the regional availability of this desperately needed neurosurgical care for…

Mercy Ships and CURE International Announce Partnership Providing Surgery to Reach More Children Living with Disabilities

14 January, 2022

Mercy Ships and CURE International announced a partnership to provide specialised surgical care to children living with disabilities across the continent of Africa. Both organisations provide hope and healing to…

Vice President, Ugandan Government Officials Celebrate Major Milestone at CURE Uganda

On January 19, 2001, CURE International officially opened CURE Children’s Hospital of Uganda in Mbale to offer hope and neurosurgical treatment to children suffering with treatable disabilities. Unfortunately, the COVID-19…

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MedSend Sends Additional Surgeons to CURE Hospitals

on 10 May, 2022

Children Burned in Horrific Schoolhouse Fire Receive Care from CURE Children’s Hospital of Niger

on 31 March, 2022

The CUREkid that melted the heart of the President

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Conditions we Treat: Windswept Deformity

on 30 March, 2022

CURE International Honours Dr. Chris Lavy and The Beit Trust for their Remarkable Contributions to Paediatric Health in Africa

on 25 February, 2022

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