Adi “drove by” with her pink car for Thursday clinic and unexpectedly met a new friend!
A collection of photos from CURE locations around the world.
Photos by Hope Kim Doit
Adam and his momma are excited to start this year knowing that 2017 is the year that Adam will be healed from cleft lip and palate!
Hannah couldn’t believe that instead of going to SM, a local shopping mall to get a stuffed bear, SM came to us and gave her one for free!
Candy hasn’t changed since last year. She makes new friends, but keeps the old ones like Isaac.
Our little babies that went through Ponseti casting last year will have a fresh new set of casts this year, which is the same year they will be healed!
Photos by Christopher Mullen
Edwin lays on his bed as his mother MaryChris looks at him the morning they were discharged home.
Rose holds her two sons outside the ICU: Kato (left) and Waiswa (right).
Waiswa is held by his mother Rose and given kisses.
Bernard stands for a portrait outside the ICU.
Photos by Naphtali Foster & Nelson Muoki
Victor’s not sure whether to smile for the camera or not! After snapping this photo, he cracked a smile for us. He has so much joy!
Elvis, our intern, snagged our camera and caught a fun moment as Dr. Theuri shares some X-rays with a patient.
Gladys, one of our volunteers, couldn’t resist a selfie with our CURE Christmas tree.
Peter, one of our volunteers, blows up balloons to make CURE a little more festive for the season. Some of the balloons exploded loudly. We think this might be why he’s wearing protective ear wear. He is so funny!
We spent Christmas in Tanzania, and we met some cute kiddos while there!
One of our little Tanzanian friends enjoys some soda.
Photos by Avanell Brock
Neymar loves having his photo taken!
Thandy reads Square his get-well messages.
Thandy brought Chinasi her get-well messages before she went into the operating room to have a wound inspection!
Photos by Joel Witwer
To keep our CUREkids program running, there are a lot of photos taken that never make it out of the digital realm. While we always show the photos to the patients, we’ve been able to hand out Fujifilm Instax prints to our patients thanks to some donations. Having a little photo souvenir never fails to bring out a smile!
The little sister of one of our patients takes in her new surroundings as her sister gets a bandage change.
Saadatou started out shy, but has emerged to easily be one of our sassiest patients to date!
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