A collection of photos from CURE locations around the world.
Photos by Naphtali Foster & Nelson Muoki
Magdalene gives us her sweet smile as we spend time together at mobile clinic.
Esther is being examined by the doctor and being cute for us at the same time!
This lady was flashing her little round belly, maybe trying to be like her pregnant mama. Her mama wasn’t so sure about this, so she made her hide it.
This is Samuel being silly. Samuel also dances and giggles and will be your best friend if you let him.
What happens in Africa if there’s a car parked behind you and you can’t back up? Your friends help you “move” your car so you can back up. Our mobile clinic team does more than just treat our patients. They also have muscle enough to help lift cars!
Photos by Avanell Brock
Wisdom is back for a checkup and is looking adorable in his little hat!
Bertha is a sweet girl with osteomyelitis (a bone infection). She will need lots of prayer for her arm to heal well!
Lufina is a blast and her laugh is always echoing around the physio department!
Spiritual Director Jimmy talks to our little friend Chrispine! We’re so glad that the Spiritual team is invested in making sure kids aren’t just healed physically, but also spiritually and emotionally!
The Spiritual Team at CURE Malawi poses for a picture! Left to right, Hastings, Fanny, Jimmy, Jarson, and Mayamiko.
Yahaya is cruising around on the physio bike!
Chrispine is such a cheery chap! Usually, kids are scared of the operation room, but he was so excited!
The “septic bay” girls are out of their beds and enjoying some TV. We’re glad they are healthy enough to walk around!
Chisomo is waiting to see the physiotherapist and his mom was so excited for him to see his photo!
Photos by Marlene Bray
This little one waited in anticipation to be seen at our mobile clinic a few hours from Davao.
It might to be hard to imagine this little one even cuter than she already is, but she’ll be getting a new smile soon!
A lollipop and a good attitude can make waiting to be seen worth smiling about!
No matter where we go, bubbles are always a good idea!
Alfia wasn’t exactly digging her new cast, but some chicken soup made life a lot better!
Harold was enthralled with our camera gear! He loved the clicks of the buttons, and the way the lens changed inside when he turned the focal ring. We can relate!
Photos by Christopher Mullen
John is kissed by his mother Sandra as they sit in the ward.
Sandra feeds her son John.
Carol holds Shadia in the OR as they start preparing for her operation.
Security Guard Emma walks through the parking lot during an afternoon rain storm.
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