A collection of photos from CURE locations around the world.
Photos by Christopher Mullen
Betty holds her daughter Rosemary the morning they were discharged home.
Iyvone is held by her mother Regina before she was taken into surgery.
Nurse Caren takes the temperature of a baby in ICU.
Photos by Mieraf Gebresellasie & Bethlehem Teshome
Selam, one of our Construction Team members, took a moment to admire our new Reese Jones Foundation Ward! Work well done!
Our girls at the Information Desk:, Yehsi, Mahdir, and Zemenaye! They were all smiles while greeting our guests!
Two of our Drivers, Tamru and Dave, were standing outside and sharing laughs in between drives.
Dr. Tim was in clinic examining Semegn’s X-ray!
Photos by Naphtali Foster & Nelson Muoki
“How are you?” This is one of Purity’s favorite things to say to us, and almost every day we see her, she says it. This little talker has a big personality and a whole lot of joy!
Naps on mama’s lap are some of the best!
It looks as if one of our doctor’s stood in the corner of our OR lounge for too long and became a permanent resident.
Pastor Emmy prays with the kiddos in the playroom, including beautiful Jane.
Darius was laying on his mama’s belly, so we had to put Spiderman on Darius’ belly.
Legos get Shalin’s total concentration. 101% focus level.
Our staff don’t just treat the kids that come to CURE hospitals they connect. Nancy one of our nurses has one of those moments with Shalin one of our patients.
Brian and his friend play a game of throw and catch at the CURE Kenya playroom.
Photos by Avanell Brock
Waiting to be seen by the CURE doctors at a local clinic!
Fanny presents a Bible to one of the women at our local clinic in Zomba.
Dr. Saf examines Flora, who has clubfoot, and determines she should come to CURE for Ponseti treatment!
Flora is the cutest! We met her at Zomba district hospital during clinic outreach!
Kids wait to be seen at our local clinic in Zomba.
Everyone loves a cool guy with a motorcycle! Especially when it’s Calvine!
Donata and her giggles are back in the hospital for surgery!
Gift LOVES having his photo taken!
Photos by Joel Witwer
As the temperatures are rising fast here, we all kind of slow down a little. Souraya is no exception.
Our little joy, Fadima, came back for a visit! She has a fantastic smile!
Baraou is a constant source of energy and trouble around the hospital.
Art therapy days result in a wide variety of creations, now including lady bugs!
Photos by Hope Kim
Healing? Check! Rehj’s x-ray shows that he’s all is well and can go back home fully healed!
We asked for a cute profile picture from Amanishi. In return, she gave us an option of silly faces to choose from!
Big sister Micah tags along with little baby Mia as she tries to make her laugh while waiting for clinic.
We’re thankful to serve our CUREkids together with multitasking medical staff. One of them is nurse Jhun who works as full time ward nurse, clinic nurse, husband and daddy to his little boy.
Princess has gone through a series of surgeries and recasting. This time around, she’s faced recasting like a big girl and understood what the process was going to be like.
Photos by Marlene Bray
Anthony holds Amanishi’s tiny foot while Dr. Dimples releases the tight tendons behind her knees.
She has had such a long road to healing, but a recent fall set Princess back a little. But, a cool blue cast made things a little more bearable!
New friends are often made during Thursday Clinic.
“I’m not an artist!” claimed Nurse Shayne, but the surgical glove buddy she made put a smile on Amanishi’s face before surgery.
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