C.U.R.E. Clinics

Meeting a world of need.

Do you want to personally help deliver health and hope around the world?

Embark on a medical mission unlike any other by joining a Project C.U.R.E Clinic Trip. You will interact with and directly impact communities across the world by providing first-rate medical assistance while experiencing an international adventure. Volunteers on our trips connect with in-country medical staff and assist in providing healthcare in its purest, most direct form.

Over the course of the year, many exciting opportunities to travel and provide healthcare are offered by Project C.U.R.E. Whether you have dreamed of venturing to Africa, or traveling to South or Central America, there is a C.U.R.E Clinic perfect for you!  All clinic locations have received medical donations from Project C.U.R.E after thorough assessments and evaluations of the specific needs of the location.  This is to ensure that the most use can be made of the medical supplies and the greatest impact for positive change can be made in the community.

Project C.U.R.E’s Clinic trips welcome both medical and non-medical participants. The average trip lasts between one and two weeks (depending on the location), and consists of 8-15 participants and 1 Project C.U.R.E team leader.

To find out more about each of our specific trips, click on an area of interest to the right.

Apply here!


Project C.U.R.E is also a proud training partner of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) Program. Currently, Project C.U.R.E has training programs in six countries. To learn more about the HBB specific clinics and trainings, click here. 


IMPACT:

In 2013/2014, 122 volunteer medical/non-medical professionals provided free care to approximately 10,800 patients in 11 countries with Project C.U.R.E.
 
See how we are partnering with FIGS to donate scrubs to healthcare providers at under-resourced clinics around the world through the FIGS Threads for Threads program.
 
C.U.R.E. Clinics Locations:
(2006-Present)
 

Want to share our work? Download and print our handout by clicking here.