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Justine from Zambia2 days ago

Justine has been discharged. He will be back soon for review after he spends some time recovering at home. That you for your prayers and encouragement!

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Christine from Zambia2 days ago

Christine was discharged to go and recover from home. She will be coming for reviews soon. Praise God!

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Mounkaila from Niger2 days ago

Our man stopped by for his follow up appointment today and is doing great! His foot is adjusting nicely and we'll see him in month for another check up!

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Ahmad from Niger2 days ago

We were able to read Ahmad a few get well messages today and we sneakily turned on our webcam so we could capture some of his reactions! Thank you all for your continued love and prayer for this guy!

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Souraya from Niger2 days ago

When Souraya's making this face and running at you, you know you're in trouble!

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Boniface from Malawi2 days ago

Meet the newest physiotherapy intern, Boniface! He's been EVERYWHERE today - mostly he's been playing in the physiotherapy department with Calvine since there's a ton of toys in there! He wandered into the physiotherapy office with his toy car, silly boy! Please be praying for him, it looks like he has a bit of a sneeze and a runny nose!

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Pearson from Malawi2 days ago

Pearson is doing well today, he has his vac but is still smiling big! One of the nurses was bringing him from the post-op recovery bay back to the septic bay and he was towing along his vac like a dog - we asked him if it was his new pet and he thought that was quite funny!

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Sadiatou from Niger2 days ago

Sadiatou got discharged this morning and could not be happier to get out of here! With this said, she'll be back next week in order to keep the wound clean and healing properly!

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Souraya from Niger3 days ago

There aren't a ton of green spaces around our hospital or Niger in general, it's mostly desert, but Souraya finds them!

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Ahmad from Niger3 days ago

It's art therapy day today with some intense water colours!

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Sadiatou from Niger3 days ago

Our little lady is healing up nicely. She definitely starting to feel better as she and her dad got out of the ward and went on a little walk around our hospital grounds today!

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Gebyaw from Ethiopia3 days ago

It is really great to see Gebyaw without his frame and he is so happy about it too! He is going back home today and will come back in a couple of weeks for another surgery. When he returns, he will have a posterior tibial epiphysiodesis. Please keep him in your prayers for a safe trip back to us!

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Jairus from the PhilippinesFeb 16, 2017

We said, "Hello" again to our little buddy today! Jairus is back for a cast change where our Executive Director's wife Chris entertained him with animal sounds during the process. He paused to listen to her at times and appreciated much of her presence especially when Chris brought bubbles with her! In a few months, we hope to hang out with him again for another follow-up!

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Ahmad from NigerFeb 15, 2017

Our man got another cast put on today, but no surgery. It was put on after some pushing and pulling on his leg, essentially bending things in the way they will need to go in order to make his next surgery easier!

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Souraya from NigerFeb 15, 2017

Souraya, once again, spent the morning visiting with some of her friends who are in the ward and then enjoyed some of the greenery around our hospital!

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Pearson from MalawiFeb 15, 2017

We found out the reason Pearson didn't have a vac put on was because they have limited space in the operating room, one of our three theaters is being used for training this week! He'll go in tomorrow though, God willing! His mom is going home for a week so his grandmother is coming to watch over him until next Thursday. Pearson's happy because he's getting better and his leg doesn't hurt - please pray that continues. We also discovered today that his date of birth is off in our records so we've updated it - we thought he looked a bit older for 12, turns out he's 16!

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Sadiatou from NigerFeb 15, 2017

Our little lady is healing up well and while she's mostly sleeping today, we're predicting she's going to be up and att'em tomorrow!

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Boniface from MalawiFeb 15, 2017

Little Boniface needed his wound inspection done today - he was in and out in a flash and is fast asleep now. Anesthesia does that to you! The doctor's notes in his file, although hard to read, seem to say that the wound looks clean and dry! He'll probably have another wound inspection next week and then will be set to go home, unless they decide it looks so good he can go home sooner!

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Gebyaw from EthiopiaFeb 15, 2017

Gebyaw is back and here with us! Today he is having a frame removal and screening. Please keep him in your prayers!

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Souraya from NigerFeb 14, 2017

Nothing too special today, just a nice day of relaxing with both new and old friends as well as receiving several wonderful get well messages!

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Ahmad from NigerFeb 14, 2017

Heart craft hats were fitting for Valentine's Day and our guy certainly got into it!

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Sadiatou from NigerFeb 14, 2017

Sadiatou's surgery was a nice and straight forward affair. Here you can see two of the surgical nurses taking some of the measurements of Sadiatou's lip needed before sterilization and operation!

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Pearson from MalawiFeb 14, 2017

Pearson somehow avoided having a vac put on today, so he's been up and about around the hospital and seems pretty cheery! We're not sure why he didn't have it put on, although it might be because the operating room was a bit full today. We'll ask tomorrow during ward rounds! This afternoon he was doing some physiotherapy with one of the physios to try to keep his leg muscles up to snuff!

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Bereket from EthiopiaFeb 14, 2017

Bereket is doing great! His right leg is all healed and it is time to remove the plate and insert another one on the left one. We will see him when he returns for his admission, please keep him in your prayers!

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Boniface from MalawiFeb 14, 2017

Boniface has made new friends, Daniel and Jonathan, and apparently lying on the floor while you get your photo taken is the newest game in the hospital - it's always something new here at CURE Malawi, and apparently EVERYTHING is worth giggling about when Boniface is involved!

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