Project C.U.R.E. is seeking funds to strengthen the healthcare systems of Nigeria. Working in partnership with Bishop Dr. Camillus Etokedoh, Father Emmanuel and the St. John's African Mission, Project C.U.R.E. will send medical supplies and equipment to support the following facilities when funds are raised to conduct a needs assessment and ship lifesaving medical supplies and equipment. Health of the Sick Hospital in Port Harcourt facilitates healthy childbirth, prenatal and maternal and infant care, led by Sister Vivien Okereke. Founded in 1971, Mercy Hosptial in Abak was started to support refugees fleeing conflict, it is now serving thousands of patients annually. The Divine Love Hospital is located Akwa Ibom state and supported through the Catholic Church. The St. Luke Church in Aka Ibom state serves primarily women and pediatric patients. The Ancillary Eye Center in Port Harcourt provides ophthalmologic services to patients. The Sacred Heart Clinics are the oldest hospital in Nigeria, 117 years old, founded by the Society of African Missionaries. Each of these facilities provides lifesaving care to patients and are in need of updated medical supplies and equipment. Your investment in Project C.U.R.E.'s work will help the doctors and nurses to have access to the tools they need to heal their communities. Thank you for your generosity.