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Salú pa Tur: Transforming Lives and Making a Difference in Curaçao

Discover how Salú pa Tur, a primary healthcare clinic in Curaçao, is changing lives through essential medical support for uninsured migrants. Support our impactful work by donating to our charitable cause today.

Are you searching for impactful ways to support charities and good causes in Curaçao? Consider Salú pa Tur, a vital primary healthcare clinic dedicated to providing essential medical support to uninsured migrants in our community. Since our inception in July 2019, we've been a beacon of hope for over 7,000 individuals, predominantly refugees from Venezuela, but also from diverse countries like Colombia, Jamaica, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic.

Our clinic offers critical services, from managing chronic conditions like hypertension and diabetes to providing pediatric consultations and pregnancy check-ups. We understand the diverse healthcare needs of our patients and strive to address them comprehensively.

One unique aspect of Salú pa Tur is our commitment to reaching the most vulnerable patients. Our dedicated outreach team conducts house visits, ensuring that no one is left behind when it comes to accessing essential healthcare services. Additionally, we gratefully receive material donations, such as clothing, hygiene kits, and newborn essentials, which we distribute across Curaçao through local networks.


Your donation, whether medical supplies or financial contributions, directly impacts our ability to continue providing these critical services to those who need them most.

Support Salú pa Tur and be a part of transforming lives and building a healthier, more equitable future for all in Curaçao. Your contribution, no matter how small, enables us to continue offering essential healthcare services to those facing challenging circumstances.

Join us in making a difference. Donate now to Salú pa Tur and help us continue our vital work in providing healthcare services to uninsured migrants in Curaçao.

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