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CURE International

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More than 100 million physically disabled children in the developing world can be cured through surgery. These children have conditions like clubfoot, bowed legs, cleft lips, untreated burns, and hydrocephalus. Without treatment, they won't go to school and will have little hope for a future. Many will die from their condition. That's why CURE exists. They are a non-profit organization that operates hospitals and programs in 25 countries worldwide where patients experience the life-changing message of God's love for them, receiving surgical treatment regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, or ability to pay. Since their first hospital opened in Kenya in 1998, they have seen over 1.6 million patients, provided over 128,000 life-changing surgeries, and trained over 5,200 medical professionals.

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