Community & Nonprofit Partnerships
Currently implementing a 3-year project MYP 4045. The project’s main objective is to Improve the quality of life for children with disabilities, their families, and the community. The activities implemented under this project include the provision of medical interventions through surgeries, devices, and provision of rehabilitation, the provision of mobile clinics and improved human resource capacity for orthopedic medical care,
Hope and Healing
Currently implementing a 1-year project from July 2022- June 2023 whose long-term result includes enhanced participation of children with disabilities in social life through access to specialized pediatric orthopedic services. The activities include the provision of disability health education, awareness campaigns, educational forums, community-based awareness, mobile clinics, surgical interventions, training of health workers, provision of orthotic devices etc.
Child fund partnership currently entails the provision of children to surgical interventions. Child fund mobilizes while CURE provides the surgeries and follow up.
CURE Kenya has been collaborating with Cheshire Disability for a good number of years. The partnership initially focused on the provision of surgeries and devices but has now expanded over the past two years to include training of CURE partners and support towards mobile clinics.
Smile Train support assists in the provision of surgical interventions for cleft lips and cleft palates. Further support has been in the provision of ICU equipment and speech therapy camps.
MOHI and CURE collaborate in carrying out mobile clinics in remote locations in the country. while MOHI takes charge of mobilization of the patients and post-op follow up, CURE carries out the mobile clinics and provides the needed medical intervention in terms of surgery, devices, and rehabilitation. Currently, the clinics are in Bura, Kargi, Namarei and Kilifi.
Tim Tebow Foundation
Tim Tebow foundation partners with CURE Kenya in carrying out an annual dinner for children with disabilities. The purpose of the dinner is to give a prom night experience centered on God’s love for people with special needs.
MAF is a Christian organization that provides, amongst other services, aviation services to Christian and humanitarian agencies to reach the world’s most remote areas. In partnership with CURE Kenya, MAF provides aviation services to the CURE Kenya and MOHI teams to reach children in need of medical interventions in Bura, Kargi, Namarei and Kilifi.
Mpesa foundation is an independent charitable trust that looks into making a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals by empowering them to reach their full potential
CBM Global works alongside people with disabilities living in the world’s poorest places to fight poverty and exclusion and transform lives. In partnership with CURE, CBM Global and Safaricom foundation are funding a project dubbed Wezesha Elimu that focuses on eliminating barriers to education access for children with disabilities. CURE thus provides the medical interventions needed.
College of Surgeons of East, Central, and Southern Africa (COSECSA)
Undertake Fellowship of the College of Surgeons (FCS) Examination (a Pediatric Orthopedic Subspecialty Examination and an exam taken on completion of residency) and the award of an internationally recognized surgical qualification.
The mission of the Carolyn Jane Foundation is to bring orthopedic spine care to rural areas of need. CURE Kenya mobilizes and provides facilities for the spine surgeries to be carried out while the Carolyn Jane team provides expertise and inplants for carrying out the surgeries.
AIC Health Ministries
The AIC Health ministries is a department of the African Inland Church that seeks to provide a mix of spiritual care and quality healthcare services to areas considered rural and remote in Kenya. CURE Kenya being under the umbrella of the AIC is part of the network of care facilities through our church affiliation.