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About Global Cure Foundation

Global Cure Foundation is a youth-run non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness for disparities within healthcare systems globally, bringing light to healthcare discrepancies that are present as a result of socioeconomic/sociocultural reasons. We believe that everyone deserves access to quality healthcare, regardless of their background or financial status. Our mission is to create a world where healthcare is a basic human right, not a privilege. We achieve this by collaborating with healthcare professionals, organizations, and governments to address the root causes of healthcare disparities and implement sustainable solutions. Join us in our mission to provide equal healthcare opportunities for all.


Our Focus on Healthcare Disparities

Our Mission

At Global Cure Foundation, we understand the importance of addressing healthcare disparities. We believe that healthcare is a basic human right and that it should be accessible to all. Our approach is to identify the root causes of healthcare disparities and work towards addressing them. We collaborate with healthcare providers, organizations, and governments to ensure that healthcare services are easily and readily accessible.

Our Vision

Our vision is a world where everyone has access to quality healthcare. We strive to create a world where healthcare is a basic human right, not a privilege. We believe that by working towards addressing healthcare disparities and implementing sustainable solutions, we can achieve this vision. Join us in our mission to make healthcare accessible to everyone.

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Global Impact Projects

See the impact we are making in addressing healthcare disparities.

Impact Project in Kenya

In Partnership with UBC Community Health Initiative

Global Cure led an international initiative in partnership with the Global Health Initiative and the University of British Columbia Community Health  Initiative to screen for medical deficiencies for youth in Kenya, funding testing infrastructure and equipment to identify at risk populations.

Impact Project in India

Global Cure provided funding for cooling infrastructure during temperatures of 40°C+ in India to medical facilities around the areas of Punjab and New Delhi, reducing fatalities from excessive heat. 

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