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Curamericas Blog

07 / 05 / 2015
  A group of five volunteers from Fayetteville Academy traveled to our project site in rural Guatemala in June to support our partners at Curamericas-Guatemal... More...
07 / 02 / 2015
Thank You to our Summer Volunteers! Two groups from North Carolina traveled many miles to serve the women and children in our project in the rural highlands of Guatemala. These volunteers are a vit... More...
06 / 25 / 2015
Picture it. A microscopic virus worms its way into the body and finds its way into the cells of its newly minted host. It hides quietly, rapidly making copies of itself and its own DNA inside the norm... More...
06 / 01 / 2015
Written by: Barbara Hotelling, Curamericas International Volunteer, and Duke University Clinical Nursing Educator  Over spring break 2015, a clinical nurse educator and three Duke nu... More...
06 / 01 / 2015
Giving Back the Right Way By Rob Pavone, International Volunteer with Curamericas Global and Engineer at Cisco Rob travelled to Curamericas Global’s project in Bolivia with his father in 2... More...
05 / 26 / 2015
Written by Florence Amadi, Program Manager - Africa Faith Langat, Tabitha Clinic's Manager at a health education session Over the past two years, ... More...
05 / 26 / 2015
Curamericas Global's founder, Dr. Henry B. Perry is holding an online course on Coursera entitled Health for All through Primary Health Care will begin on Wednesday, May 27 and... More...
05 / 05 / 2015
Written by Andrew Herrera, Executive Director at Curamericas Global A few months ago, we received an email out of the blue inviting us to submit a grant proposal to the Eas... More...
04 / 21 / 2015
On April 7th, we celebrated World Health Day with a bang – live music, food, drinks, and a ton of raffle prizes at Kings in downtown Raleigh. The night started off wi... More...
04 / 21 / 2015
Where else do you get to climb on ancient ruins? Volunteers who have traveled with us to Guatemala often say that it was an amazing, life-changing experience. ... More...
04 / 21 / 2015
Positive deviance (PD) is a unique approach to global health that we are utilizing in our Guatemala Casas Maternas program, which is generously funded by Ronald McDonald House... More...
04 / 20 / 2015
Community members at a Curamericas project site in Liberia Doctors are yet to discover a cure for Ebola, which first surfaced in the Democratic Republic o... More...
04 / 15 / 2015
The following is an account from our partners at Nehnwaa Child Survival Project, Ganta United Method Hospital, Liberia.  A community meeting enco... More...
04 / 08 / 2015
We would like to send a giant thank you to the students of Apex High School, who recently held a medical supply drive that collected over $2,000 worth of supplies for Curameri... More...
03 / 04 / 2015
Community members listen to a lesson about Ebola In January 2015, Curamericas Global launched a program to combat the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. The project will re... More...
02 / 04 / 2015
This past year has been a busy one at Curamericas Global, and we’re especially proud of our Guatemala program. This program began in 2002 with the goal of improving the health of children and wo... More...
01 / 08 / 2015
After several months battling the spread of Ebola in Liberia, Dr. Albert Willicor, Medical Director at Ganta United Methodist Hospital in Nimba county, sends his thanks and a few positive notes.&... More...
12 / 23 / 2014
.  Dr. Jay Cherwa is a Biology Instructor at Central Alabama Community College in Alexander City, Alabama. As a trained virologist, Dr. Cherwa understands th... More...
12 / 22 / 2014
Did you know that you can get great tax deductions by making a year-end gift? Curamericas Global is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, which means that every gift you make to us ... More...
12 / 22 / 2014
In June 2014, Curamericas Global board members traveled to Curamericas Global's project in Guatemala for the grand opening of a fourth Casa Materna. Rob Fields, Vice Board Chair, reflects on the t... More...
12 / 17 / 2014
Kibera is one of the most densely populated slums in the world and a microcosm of some of the world’s most challenging health and development issues. For the past two ye... More...
12 / 08 / 2014
  In August, 2014, twelve volunteers travelled to our site in Calhuitz, Huehuetenango in the northwestern highlands of Guatemala. At the site, volunteers helped the co... More...
11 / 11 / 2014
Curamericas Global is excited to have 7 new interns working with us this fall! Our interns each have a diverse background and skill set that they bring to our organization and all are passionate ... More...
10 / 31 / 2014
Written by Florence Amadi, Africa Program Manager Earlier this month I attended the CORE Group Fall Conference in Washington DC. After the conference, I left feeling encouraged by the commitmen... More...
10 / 13 / 2014
In late August, a group of students from the University of Washington, individuals from the Raleigh, NC Travel Lovers Meetup Group, and Dave Heiser, an engineer, joined togeth... More...
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