Published by Pascal Kayishema
Miss Burundi 2016, Ange Bernice Ingabire, commits to use her voice to advocate for babies born with clubfoot
Miss Burundi 2016, Ange Bernice Ingabire, visited children with congenital clubfoot following their treatment in CNAR, (Centre National d’Appareillage et de Reeducation) Gitega. CNAR, the Center of the Country, is home to one of the six clinics that partner with the Burundi Clubfoot Program. Among her projects, Miss Burundi 2016 advocates for babies born with […]
Burundi Clubfoot Program celebrates 1,000th child
“We were desperate when we saw our child having the deformity we didn’t know how to face.” Those are words from the family of Elysé Irakiza, who is being treated in Institut Saint Kizito clubfoot clinic in Burundi. Elysé was born with bilateral clubfoot, and he attended the clinic for the first time when he was 3 months […]
Burundi clubfoot program, new hospital counseling coordinator
As the activities of the Burundi Clubfoot Program continue to increase, we had a blessing of a new worker who will be our Counseling Coordinator. Her name is Angelique Iribagiza, and she started in April. As it is the culture and the value in CURE International, after her recruitment she benefited with a two weeks training in Rwanda. She did theory and on field practices including supervision and counseling.
While in Rwanda, after her two weeks training we had a discussion on her general view of the program and Rwanda.
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