Thousands of U.S. Volunteers Make Sure $500,000 in Free Medical Equipment Reaches Serbia

U.S. non-profit humanitarian organization C.U.R.E. (Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment) delivered various medical equipment worth more than $500,000 to the Clinical Hospital Center Zemun. This organization is one of the biggest non-profit organizations in the world that delivers medical equipment and supplies to the developing countries.

It counts about 30 paid employees and more than 20,000 American volunteers at its six U.S. warehouses. Located in Colorado, this organization is devoted to improving health infrastructure in communities with limited resources where basic medical supplies are unavailable or unaffordable. C.U.R.E. has already donated medical supplies in more than 120 countries.

Various medical equipment and supplies necessary for the functioning of Zemun hospital were delivered by a special container thank to Dr. Douglas Jackson and C.U.R.E. in cooperation with HRH Crown Princess Katherine Foundation. This is not first donation of this organization to Serbia, total value of previous donations in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Kraljevo and Leskovac is more than 1,400,000 Euros.