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 Vocational Skills Training

In every country where CURE works, we aim to ensure that every child with a treatable disability can reach their full potential through God’s hope and healing.

Globally, children with disabilities are among the most vulnerable, marginalized groups. They are often isolated and hidden away, facing discrimination and even abuse. As families and caregivers face the expensive burden of caring for a child with disabilities, it may prevent them from accessing training they need to find employment–furthering the cycle of poverty.

At CURE hospitals, caregivers can take advantage of vocational training classes that help them learn marketable skills–opening the door to new possibilities and helping families secure needed income. Training includes lessons on knitting, soap making, gardening, tailoring, cooking, and jewelry making.

What are the outcomes of successful vocational skills training?

Families learn new skills that bring them value and restore their dignity within the community.

Families and children experience physical and economic independence.

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CURE Niger’s mission is to provide every child living with a disability the physical, emotional, and spiritual care they need to heal. If you have questions about becoming a patient or a partner with CURE, please contact us.

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