C.U.R.E. Clinics

Thanks for your interest in traveling with Project C.U.R.E to provide health and hope for those in under-resourced areas. We will resume travel to our clinic and training sites abroad as soon as it is deemed safe. Decisions about future trip deployment will be made three months prior to the trip's departure date. C.U.R.E. Clinics is currently accepting participants for future trips but cannot guarantee that these trips won't be postponed. Tax-deductible program fees can be transferred to a future trip if necessary.

Do you want to personally help deliver health and hope to under-resourced communities?

What are C.U.R.E. Clinics?

C.U.R.E. Clinics are an extension of our C.U.R.E. Cargo program offering medical support, services and education to Project C.U.R.E. international partners.

Why are C.U.R.E. Clinics special?

Our international partners are what make C.U.R.E. Clinics both sustainable and more impactful. Participants serve alongside local medical professionals sharing knowledge and best practices. The C.U.R.E. Clinics mission is to support Project C.U.R.E. international partner’s health systems strengthening efforts.

As a volunteer participant, once you arrive in-country you are free to absorb the culture, make new friends, learn about the local healthcare system and make the impact you signed up to make.

Who travels on C.U.R.E. Clinics?

C.U.R.E. Clinics benefit from the knowledge and expertise of all medical professionals. Our trips consist of doctors, nurses, advanced practitioners and medical assistants. Most needed specialties are pediatrics, women’s health, rheumatology, family practice and generalists. However, if you have the desire to serve, we will help you find a way to use your skills. Project C.U.R.E’s Clinic trips welcome both medical and non-medical participants.

What is the time commitment?

We recognize that many of our participants are working professionals and try to keep our trips to one week in length. Some travel to faraway places may make some C.U.R.E. Clinics longer. If you have the flexibility to travel on your own after a trip, you are welcome to do so!

Cost of Trip

The cost of the trip includes all in-country expenses for lodging, meals, transportation, as well as medical supplies for the clinic trip including medical supplies and medications.  Click HERE to find out more information on how you can fundraise for your clinic trip!  Make a payment for a trip HERE.

Donate to C.U.R.E. Clinics & Make a Difference!

Your donation will help cover the expenses for you or another medical volunteer to serve and treat the most vulnerable patients, families and children around the world while helping us deliver health & hope to those that need it most. Every dollar you donate makes a big difference!

  • Your $25 Donation will help cure 500 patients of intestinal worms that consume 30% of daily nutrients in patients that are usually already lacking proper nourishment. 
  • Your $50 Donation provides reading glasses for 100 patients. 
  • Your $500 Donation provides rapid malaria tests for 100 patients--allowing them to receive proper treatment and avoid potential death or permanent disability.
  • Your $1,000 Donation provides 9 months' worth of essential prenatal vitamins for 25 women. These imperative vitamins help prevent issues like spina bifida in babies and anemia in moms while supporting the proper development of the baby. 

Donate to C.U.R.E. Clinics Today! 


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.

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2020 Clinics Trips


old lady being treated at the Suriname clinci

TRIP POSTPONED | Suriname - August 2020

Lady with baby in suriname

TRIP POSTPONED | Ahafo, Ghana | September 2020

nurse with baby

TRIP POSTPONED | Panama | October 2020

Woman receiving medical care in Panama clinic

Paraguay - May 21 - 29, 2021

Clinics team with old lady