The Curamericas Global Story
Partner with underserved communities to make measurable and sustainable improvements in their health and wellbeing.
Bring Hope through Health: a world free of suffering from treatable and preventable causes
Nearly 5.9 million children will not see their fifth birthday due to preventable and treatable illnesses like pneumonia and diarrhea. We all know that good health directly affects education, income and family and community wellbeing, so Curamericas Global works hard to bring about sustainable changes to the healthcare system in the communities with whom we partner.
Curamericas depends on the support of individuals and organizations to provide lifesaving healthcare services and education where they are needed most. By becoming a supporter you are joining a group of compassionate and forward-thinking individuals who are dedicated to ending the unnecessary death of the world’s most vulnerable population, mothers, and children.
Curamericas Global's Core Values
We create lasting benefits through education and long-term partnerships with communities, local organizations and local leaders.
We prioritize those in greatest need and asserting that everyone should have access to quality healthcare, leading Curamericas Global to work in remote, often forgotten places.
We are committed to the use of evidence-based practices to achieve maximum health benefits for impoverished people and to demonstrate that these benefits have been achieved.
We give a helping hand to those who are suffering and dying of readily preventable or treatable conditions.
We assist individuals, communities and local organizations to contribute to their community's health and wellbeing.
Join Curamericas along with UNICEF, USAID, and organizations around the world by committing to end preventable child and maternal deaths by 2035.
of children who showed danger signs of pneumonia were attended to by a health worker
Since its inception in 2008, Curamericas' Nehnwaa Child Survival Project in Liberia has reduced child mortality by 63% across 120 communities.
Since 1983, Curamericas Global has provided health education and care to over 1.3 million people in impoverished communities across the globe.
Curamericas Global reduced maternal mortality in our project area in Guatemala by 56%.
Curamericas Global History
Official agreement is signed with Bolivian Ministry of Health to conduct work where upon Andean Rural Health Care is formally incorporated in the U.S. as a non-profit organization.
Sustainability in Action: Andean Rural Health Care (CSRA) becomes independent
In 1995, CSRA was incorporated legally in Bolivia with its own Board of Directors and non-profit statutes. Although both organizations remain close, the organizations are legally separate and CSRA is accountable directly to its Board of Directors. CSRA has a central office in La Paz, the Bolivian legislative capital.
Curamericas Global begins work in Central America
Preliminary health outreach work begins in Huehuetenango, Guatemala.
Curamericas Global in Mexico
Curamericas Global, Arapaho United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas and The Rotary Foundation join together to provide health care and a clinic in Rio Bravo, Mexico. Funded by a $300,000 Health, Hunger and Humanity Grant from the Rotary Foundation, this three-year project found sustainability from the Mexican government providing support for staff and the clinic after the project was complete.
Curamericas is awarded a USAID Child Survival Grant to begin work on the Nehnwaa project, in Nimba County, an isolated area of north-central Liberia.
Curamericas begins partnership with Carolina for Kibera and Ronald McDonald House Charities to reducedchild mortality in Kibera, one of the world’s largest slums, in Nairobi, Kenya.