The orthopedic training program at CURE Kenya is certified by the College of Surgeons of East, Central, and Southern Africa (COSECSA) and managed in cooperation with the Pan African Academy of Christian Surgeons (PAACS). It is widely recognized as one of the leading orthopedic surgical training programs in East Africa. Doctors participating in the residency program spend five years training at CURE Kenya, the Kijabe Medical Center, and, whenever possible, other CURE hospitals in Africa. Upon completion of the program, the orthopedic surgeons continue to work at a CURE hospital or another African hospital for an additional length of time.
Since the fall of 2006, in collaboration with Smile Train, CURE has developed cleft lip and cleft palate surgical training programs in most of CURE’s hospitals worldwide. These programs not only provide surgery for children and counseling for them and their families, but also train national surgeons in reconstructive surgery.
Night to Shine
Night To Shine is an annual prom which is conducted in over 50 countries on the same day, usually the month of February courtesy of the Tim Tebow Foundation. The goal of this event is to bring Faith, Hope and Love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need. Children with special needs get to be celebrated and later on crowned as kings and queens of the prom. Just like Christ loves us, likewise we ought to show love to children living with special needs and this event gives us that special moment to bond and interact.
Living with Hope
Through partnership with LIVING WITH HOPE an organization dedicated to providing resources and training people with disabilities in Africa.
Through the partnership, not only are those in need provided with appropriate wheelchairs but they are also empowered to reach their highest God-given potential.
CBM has been a partner with CURE Kenya and through this partnership, children with physical needs have received the needed surgical intervention hence improving their lives and ending the vicious cycle of poverty and disability.
WATSI has partnered with CURE Kenya provide care to children who have varied orthopedic deformities such as club foot, angular deformities, hip and spine complications.
Hope and Healing
Hope and Healing International has over the years partnered with us to restore hope through supporting CURE Kenya medical programs.