Published by Mieraf Gebresellasie
New name gives a young boy hope
When Minyichl was born, his father Azmeraw realized his son’s deformed foot would be limiting, but after having surgery with CURE, he gave his son a new name!
The power of paying it forward
Abi and his father Gezahegn come from north of the capital of Ethiopia. After continuing to seek help for Abi’s hurt hip, his father brought him to CURE. Since then, Abi has completed his treatment. We are so glad to see him thriving in the same community where he witnessed hardship. Witnessing the healing that goes […]
Dr. Leul: A leading light
Dr. Leul is the first Orthopaedic Trained Fellow in Ethiopia. “It’s a privilege to work with every Orthopaedic Surgeon here. I’ve enjoyed it and liked it so much! The entire team is so welcoming.”
CURE Ethiopia: Expanding hope
In Ethiopia, it is a constant challenge for us to help children who come from distant places within the country. Through prayer, planning, and support, we’ve been able to lighten the burden of our patients who travel from far distances by opening a new rehabilitation facility! The Rees Jones Foundation Ward (RJF Ward) is named […]
Working at CURE: Former patient builds supports for kids
“When I saw the change the workshop here at CURE Ethiopia brought to those we serve in the community, I knew I would be here a long time,” said Bayesa.
When I became an expat I had such burdens on my shoulders. My physical and emotional burdens began to take a toll on my spirituality just as a yoke takes it’s toll on an ox. The yoke is attached to a piece of equipment the ox is to pull. My piece of equipment became excessively heavy.
“Drink my coffee”
The warm smile as Bater says “drink my coffee” with the little English he knows puts a larger smile on everyone’s face in the small hut. I witnessed Jesus’ love today while I spent time, laughed, and caught up with Esayas and his family.
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