Published by Chaanga Mungalu
Contributing to anesthesia training in Zambia
Zambia has a population of about 18 million, and as of the last count, there are about 42 physician anesthetists and 176 non-physician anesthetists who are employed by the Ministry of Health. It is clear that the number of practicing anesthetists in the country is far from adequate to serve the entire population. The areas […]
Mary, Joseph, and a miracle
“I thought she had given birth to an animal. I was waiting to see the tail start growing.” Joseph’s father In remote, sparsely populated communities in Zambia, when something strange occurs, it becomes the talk of the day. Children who are born different become the subject of scrutiny among community members. Baby Joseph came from […]
Co-workers train to be effective witnesses of Christ!
“The intended objective of the training is to: 1) teach them how to identify the spiritual, social and emotional needs of the patients as they continue to do their day-to-day work, and 2) equip them on how to lead the patients after solving the identified needs.
Anthony: A Skeptical Father Believes!
When the second follow-up appointment came, Anthony accompanied his son with one mission in mind: to prove to himself that his son’s leg was indeed getting healed.
Paul: Standing tall again
Paul walked through our doors in June of 2017 with a condition known as genu valgum, commonly called as “knock-knee.” Paul’s condition not only impacted his ability to walk, but it also came with excessive pain which began to stall Paul’s academic progress.
CURE Zambia celebrates new training centre
CURE Zambia opened a new training centre on its hospital premises recently! The 350-square meter training centre will expand the educational initiatives taking place at the hospital including more nurse and nurse’s assistant training, CPR certification, as well as ongoing education for doctors and other medical staff. With two classrooms, a conference room, and several offices, the training centre will be instrumental in preparing the next generation of Zambian medical professionals at CURE
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