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Our NGO Partners and Projects


Our NGO Partners & Projects

CURA for the world was founded to be a platform for those who want to fight for the poor and neglected. Meet the partners we work alongside. 

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Our NGO Partners and Projects


Our NGO Partners & Projects

CURA for the world was founded to be a platform for those who want to fight for the poor and neglected. Meet the partners we work alongside. 

 Humanity has been passing through a gray and desolate time of confusion. CURA for the world was founded to be a platform for those who want to fight for the poor and neglected. There is a distinct smell to people in poverty. Hungry people breathing in despair. It shatters your senses. It breaks your heart and opens your eyes. "As a physician, I vowed to consecrate my life to the service of humanity." says Founder, Dr. Trad. 

Thus CURA for the world foundation exists for the sole purpose of serving the weak and ill in all corners of the world. We are on a mission to partner with Non-Governmental Organizations in developing countries and help shift the focus of the communities they serve away from the basic elements of survival. We will attend to their illnesses through our medical clinics and health education. We will provide sustainable food sources through clean water and permaculture. Let us all be a part of a beautiful world.


CURA chooses an NGO based on their location and needs and partners with them to build a medical clinic that will provide general medicine and minor trauma care by hiring a local physician and/or a nurse for triage and treatment for a once a week affordable medical treatment.  We will also provide education to locals regarding basic medical aid, proper hygiene and preventable diseases.

 

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Project Uganda


Project Uganda

Kampala, Uganda

Partner NGO: Project Orphans

Project Uganda


Project Uganda

Kampala, Uganda

Partner NGO: Project Orphans

PROJECT UGANDA

On June 1, 2017, the CURA team traveled to Uganda alongside Project Orphans to serve impoverished communities in the Central Kampala region. We are in the process of building a medical clinic which will provide basic medical care for orphaned children, widows and those in the surrounding community who are ill due to lack of local medical care. The clinic will offer long-term medical support with help of a local nurse and physician and is anticipated to open early 2018. Our medical mission was a success. 26 health care professionals including US trained physicians, physician assistants, ICU trained nurses along-side Ugandan physicians were able to care for 3000 patients in the Acholi region in five days as well as provide surgical interventions for those in need of immediate surgery.

We plan to implement long-term projects in the local community alongside Project Orphans to address food security and water resource challenges. Our mission is to set up a sustainable agriculture practice (permaculture) through engagement and empowerment of locals and install a water well to provide the community with access to drinking water.

The medical facility construction ($15,000) consists of the following: two clinical exam rooms, a waiting area, one bathroom, a medication storage and dispensary area. Education provided by experienced US healthcare professional to local community included topics such as hygiene, communicable diseases, and first aid education.

Medicine / surgical aid ($10,000) provided medicine and wound care to pediatrics and adults, furnished the clinic (stethoscopes, weight scales, blood pressure cuffs, ophthalmoscopes, otoscopes, O2 saturation monitors), and provided surgical funds for critical cases.

Digging and setting up for a water well ($10,000) in a strategic environment after extensive study of the area by our environmental experts. Post extraction purification and dispensary methods. Permaculture project ($6,000) Planting diverse crops and fruit trees to sustain the Project Orphans’ Pearl Village and the surrounding community.

Through this model a projected service of 20-30 thousand patients a year is anticipated through our surge Medical Missions (CURA for the world teams and affiliated NGOs / medical groups) and continued routine care via local health care professionals. In addition, future analysis of our permaculture project impact on the community will be available as we move forward with implementation and education.

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Project Tanzania


TANZANIA

Kitongo, Tanzania

Partner NGO: Mainsprings (JBFC)

Project Tanzania


TANZANIA

Kitongo, Tanzania

Partner NGO: Mainsprings (JBFC)

Cura for the world is partnering with Mainsprings (JBFC) NGO whose mission is to rescue abandoned and abused girls through a holistic approach to alleviating extreme rural poverty. JBFC’s four-pronged strategy includes providing a safe home for girls, quality primary, secondary, and vocational education to both boys and girls, access to health care, and rural economic development through the JBFC farm.

Cura for the world is proud to build onto the Mainsprings campus in kitongo a medical clinic that would help provide medical care to the community they serve. Cura for the world also will be a supporter of their already existing permaculture project to ensure its longitudinal impact on providing food for thousands of underserved residents of their community.

Join CURA and enjoy being part of this amazing vision.

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Democratic Republic of Congo


DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC of CONGO

Goma, DRC

Idjwi Island, DRC

Partner NGO: Worlds Collide Africa and One NDOTO

Democratic Republic of Congo


DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC of CONGO

Goma, DRC

Idjwi Island, DRC

Partner NGO: Worlds Collide Africa and One NDOTO

CURA for the world is partnering with Worlds collide Africa and One NDOTO (one dream) NGOs and is building a CURA clinic in Goma, DRC. Also plans to start a permaculture project in the island of Idjwi, DRC.

CURA for the world is excited to be a part of their mission to further their impact on their underserved community. Their campus includes a the Tchukudu Kids home in goma for vulnerable and at-risk children living in the city of Goma to have a safe place to live, food to eat and the right to receive education and healthcare. They also they have successfully built a save haven for women through their Tchukudu Women's training center. These women who once were taken away by the rebel groups,  many have survived vicious rape, death of children and spouses, and all have come back from being outcast from society, are now learning how to be independent. Id addition Worlds Collide Africa and One Ndoto have worked together to build The Jonathan Holiday School, which provides free education to over 300 children from grades 1-6.  It also employs 10 local teachers and staff.

To maintain our vision of sustainability CURA for the world is also dedicated to educate the farmers on the Idjwi island connected to the land owned by our partner NGO, on permaculture and agricultural sustainability.

Join CURA's us on an amazing purposeful adventure to the DRC.

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Project Tibet


Project Himalayas

Annapurna, Nepal

(Coming Soon)

Project Tibet


Project Himalayas

Annapurna, Nepal

(Coming Soon)

 

Permaculture


Permaculture


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