A collection of photos from CURE locations around the world.
Photos by Hope Kim Doit
When you can’t find water to drink during mobile clinic, just find a coconut and drink fresh coconut water right out of the shell!
Kyzh Rhyll’s messy hair and worn out casts show that nothing can stop him from moving!
Even if we’re outside our hospital facilities, we try to be always ready to treat patients. Here: we were able to treat infants with clubfoot using the Ponseti method.
There was some down time during mobile clinic and Nurse Jun decided to take on a new role: the Bubble Guy!
Community plays a big part in healing, especially the gigantic pot of food that they bring!
Photos by Marlene Bray
It was Bubble Lady Chris’ birthday, which meant ice cream for everyone!
Recovery has been a long road, but Isaac still has one of the brightest smiles around!
“I always like to see them sleeping peacefully after surgery. I don’t like (it) when they cry,” Anesthesiologist Dr. Gomez tells us. We think Jaira’s sweet slumber would make him proud!
Yes, he’s a true professional, but Nurse Ralp can never pass up an opportunity for a subtle photobomb!
Photos by Christopher Mullen
Gractian lays happily on his bed prior to his surgery.
Emanuel plays in the spiritual center playroom.
Jowasi lays on his bed with a inflated glove as his mother Mbabazi watches him play.
Aliano lays on a swing in the spiritual center playroom.
Photos by Mubita Simataa
Memory has such a genuine smile it can melt anyone’s heart.
Tembani is photogenic and he knows it!
The only thing harder than getting Busiku’s attention is getting her attention away from the TV!
When it’s time for walking practice, Inonge looks Spina Bifida in the face and sticks out her tongue. Nothing can bring you down if you believe in possibility!
It seems Barnabas has other talents apart from his precise driving skills.
CURE Dominican Republic
Photos by Yovanni Medrano
Jose Manuel and Mrs. Miller are having so much fun together.
The Spiritual Director of Kenya, Earnest Kioko, along with our Spiritual Director and his team. Thank you for being a blessing Pastor Earnest.
This talented group of professionals dedicated their week to be a blessing in the DR. Thanks to Dr. Caputo and his wife Tanna, to the lovely Therapist Mrs. Miller and to Mr. Smith.
Lehionel is always prepared for given his best smile.
Photos by Naphtali Foster & Nelson Muoki
Sammy thinks cameras and mangoes are the best!
Elvis, one of our volunteers, makes a funny face as he enjoys a moment with Blessing, a baby who’s come for ENT surgery.
This is Ashlyn, and we’d like to proudly say that we painted that smiley face on her cast!
Walking with a big heavy cast on your leg is not an easy task, but Michelle is trying. She’s doing great!
We met this super outgoing fella at one of our mobile clinics this week. His name is Maxwell and he can make funny faces.
Annah loves to have her photos taken and her smile is gorgeous! Annah will soon be coming to CURE Kenya for a contracture release
We met this boy Peter at Makindu clinic. He was pretending to be a little moody until he met his name sake, our very own Pastor Peter. A little bit of tickling was enough to get him laughing out loud.
Photos by Avanell Brock
Alinafe loves hearing get-well messages!
Lonjezo is back for some physiotherapy and is doing well!
Alinafe enjoys some outdoor shade under the swing!
Loveness is back and following CKC Avanell EVERYWHERE!
Abele is playing some card games with the rest of the kids. Cards are the new fad at CURE Malawi and everyone’s playing a game like Uno!
We were so happy to see Margret and her mom doing well at her local clinic!
This lovely lady brought several kids from her home and boarding school for children with disabilities to our outreach clinic in Balaka, including this little boy.
Photos by Joel Witwer
When your future’s looking so bright you gotta wear shades!
Some of our surgical staff visit with Ahmad after he received his surgery.
Hadiza’s got a habit of bringing smiles with her where ever she goes!
The heat’s creeping up in Niger, but not even extreme temperatures can stifle Baraou’s personality!
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