CURE is the largest provider of pediatric surgical care in the developing world. Its hospitals and programs specialize in treating children with correctable conditions such as clubfoot, cleft lip and palate, hydrocephalus, and other physical deformities.
CURE was founded by Dr. Scott and Sally Harrison in 1996 as a result of the intense need for medical and spiritual care they witnessed in their travels to developing nations.
As a Christian organization, CURE incorporates prayer and counseling into every aspect of its care in a culturally relevant manner.
CURE hospitals and programs will not turn away a patient due to an inability to pay, ethnic background or religious affiliation.
CURE International’s passion is to heal the developing world’s 100 million children suffering from curable orthopedic and neurological conditions such as clubfoot, hydrocephalus and spinal deformities. They are neglected and isolated and don’t have access to the specialty care that could transform their lives forever. They want to change all of this.
CURE reaches these children through:
-11 hospitals in Afghanistan, the Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Honduras, Kenya, Malawi, Niger, Uganda, the United Arab Emirates, and Zambia
-Internationally known training programs that educate national medical professionals throughout the developing world
-Specialty programs such as CURE Clubfoot Worldwide, which seeks to eradicate clubfoot as a lifelong disability