Results for In the Field
Dr. Stagno: Supporting hydrocephalus & neurosurgeons around the globe
“The first time I went into a neurosurgery was for a shunt revision on a baby, and I could really see a difference after treatment. Surgery was something big. They were going to change a life forever. I loved making a difference in somebody’s life and having a massive impact.”
Leron: Building a kingdom culture
“What makes us such a special place is the people in the hospital: the attitude. They are fun! They take care of our patients well. That brings the most joy to me! It’s a unique place.”
Fingerprints: Learning and boldness
I am grateful to have the opportunity to go into some of the villages outside of Blantyre to help with medical clinics and be part of the healing ministry. With my inexperience and lack of skill in all things medical, I am humbled that I can still lighten the burden of medical providers by taking blood pressures, doing malaria tests, fitting reading glasses, and holding children.
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.”
Fingerprints: “Be strong and courageous”
Mark and I are humbled to be a part of serving these kids through CURE, even when it’s hard and everything is new and we miss the familiar.
Fingerprints: Creatures, creatures of habit, and new creations
As we spend time in CURE Malawi, we see fingerprints everywhere! Fingerprints of pain and healing, joy and sorrow, friendship and loneliness, comfort and stretching. They are marks on the journey of every human soul, whether in USA, North America or Malawi, Africa.
Mead Minutes: Touring Kenya
Greetings from Kenya! Our trip back to Kenya has been truly amazing in so many ways.
International Aid equips CURE hospitals
There’s a new face roaming the halls of CURE Niger and CURE Uganda. It’s a face that is demonstrative of a new chapter in the ongoing story of CURE International. Jim Loeffler is an employee of medical equipment non-profit International Aid (IA). He has been assigned, full-time, to work for CURE International. Jim now oversees […]
Volunteer physical therapist helps those often overlooked
Lauren jumped right in and learned new techniques from our staff while also sharing some of her knowledge. She endured long, hot, and uncomfortable road trips to our mobile clinics with a smile.
Janet: CURE Malawi’s first Physiotherapist
“I’d like to thank God for being there for me. When I first started at CURE, I had a certificate as a Rehabilitation Assistant. When you’ve just graduated, you don’t know that much, but staying at CURE has helped me to learn a lot of things.”
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