Our path to improving the health of children in Fiji
Cure Kids Fiji was launched in 2006 in partnership with AccorHotels and the New Zealand based charity Cure Kids, who were founded by Rotary in 1971. Since launching in Fiji, child health initiatives worth more than FJD $7 million have been delivered in partnership with the Fiji Ministry of Health and Medical Services.
Initially, funds raised by our supporters were used to purchase and maintain life-saving medical equipment in the Newborn Intensive Care Units and the Paediatric Intensive Care Units in Lautoka, Nadi and Suva Hospitals.
In recent years, Cure Kids has focused on preventing and improving outcomes for children living with rheumatic heart disease (RHD), and improving oxygen supplies in health facilities to prevent death and illness from severe respiratory conditions.
Cure Kids’ ability to improve child health outcomes in Fiji is enabled by our generous supporters including AccorHotels, Armacup, Fiji Water Foundation, VOMO Island Resort, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji, Rotary, and the Australian and New Zealand Government.