Published by Linda Hansen
Growing CURE Clubfoot in Rwanda and beyond
I’ve recently moved from Nairobi, Kenya, to Lusaka, Zambia. After a few short weeks of settling in it felt too soon to hit the road again, but I had many reasons to go to Rwanda. I’ve been to Rwanda so many times over the past four years; it’s a country that never ceases to amaze me. It was a wonderful week.
Ebola outbreak impact on CURE Clubfoot in Sierra Leone
This is a truly tragic situation, and we appreciate your prayer and support as we work with our staff and partners in Sierra Leone to ensure we are doing everything possible within our program operations to minimize the risks to all staff and families we work with.
Great Ethiopian Run for Clubfoot
Eyob said “Now I can run!’’ with an excited voice. Eyob was one of the children who came to collect a t-shirt last Wednesday morning for the Ethiopian Great Run children’s race being held November 23, 2013. It was thrilling to see him in his excitement running here and there around the hospital grounds. Even […]
Thinking of wonderful things on the flying dead bird
The following was written by Christine Kalondu Ngui after she joined me on a trip to Burundi — her first trip in a plane! Christine is a Kenyan who has qualifications in accounting. Her role is CCW Accountant, supporting primarily the Africa region but also providing some support to CURE Clubfoot Worldwide globally. Beyond the […]
Amazed by Liberia
Editor’s note: This report was filed during the author’s mid-July visit to Liberia. I’m writing this from Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, a West African country in which we are trying to start a national clubfoot program. This is my first visit to Liberia, but it’s been 13 months in the making. Most of the […]
Church growth in Rwanda
I’m sitting here in Rwanda at Gahini clinic having just had the nicest conversation, and thought I’d pass it on. The counselor here Moses is doing a great job. He was telling me he is so thankful to the clubfoot clinic because the numbers of Christians in his church are growing because of it! A few months ago […]
Their Smiling Faces Said It All
My favorite CURE memory for 2010 would have to be my first week doing orientation with Andrew Mayo, CURE Clubfoot Worldwide’s executive director, in Ghana. We visited a clinic at St. John of God Hospital at Duayaw Nkwanta. The staff had mentioned to some of the mothers that the executive director and Africa regional manager […]
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