Published by Avanell Brock
Janet: CURE Malawi’s first Physiotherapist
“I’d like to thank God for being there for me. When I first started at CURE, I had a certificate as a Rehabilitation Assistant. When you’ve just graduated, you don’t know that much, but staying at CURE has helped me to learn a lot of things.”
Katy: Physiotherapy as a mission
“As much as it’s a privilege to help people heal physically, I feel more strongly about trying to help people with their spiritual lives. In my normal job, I try to be a witness to Christ and live for Him. It’s amazing to be in a setting where I can combine my skills for physical […]
Medshare helps transform lives at CURE Malawi
“It’s very difficult to get equipment in Malawi. We have to go to many different countries to try to source equipment. MedShare cuts that job in half by sourcing a lot of the equipment.”
Research and results in Malawi
This past year, we asked all the kids who have had frames as treatment for clubfoot from 2008-2016 to come in as part of a research project. It was awesome catching up with these kids, many who we know really well!
Chisomo means grace
Fourteen years later, one of CURE’s first patients has returned to CURE Malawi as a volunteer! Chisomo was a patient when the hospital opened it’s doors back in 2002.
CURE Malawi says goodbye to the Brown family
Last Friday we had a going away party for former Malawi Executive Director Rob Brown and his family! It was quite a touching day, with much laughter and many tears. We’ll miss Rob and his family deeply, but look forward to seeing what God leads him and his family to do next! Our four morning […]
Bruno Brothers: Living a dream
I met Tamandami and her sons Francis and Blessings over a year ago. They were the sort of patients that made an impression, not only because they have a rare condition, but because of their personalities.
CURE Malawi hosts clubfoot walk
For World Clubfoot Day, CURE Malawi hosted a walk to raise awareness and funds for clubfoot treatment in Malawi!
The Ritual of Healing II
This photo essay explains the process of some of the surgeries that still fascinate me. I understand the process and how it works a lot better than I did a year ago, but it’s still amazing to me to see how God created the human body to heal, and how doctors have used their knowledge of that healing process to do things I wouldn’t think possible in order to correct deformities.
2016 at CURE Malawi
Avanell Brock, CUREkids Coordinator at CURE Malawi, put together this video retrospective of 2016. Thank you for helping us bring healing to Malawi!