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Fozal from Ethiopia on Just Now
Fozal is doing wonderful! Today, we found him on his wheelchair watching TV. He's got another trip to the OR today for a small, secondary procedure called a "cast wedge." This procedure ensures Fozal's foot heals in the best position possible. Please continue praying for this young boy!
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Lealem from Ethiopia on Today
We found little Lealem on his mother's back waiting for his turn to the OR. He was asking his mom to move him around, please keep this little guy in your prayers as he starts his healing journey!
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Chepyatich from Kenya on Today
Chepyatich is very helpful at home. Being the second born and first girl amongst her siblings, she feels responsible to do most of the chores. We are blessed to see her heart to serve her family! And it is without a doubt that God blesses obedient children like Chepyatich! Thank you for giving the gift of healing to Chepyatich! Please pray for her succesful surgery!
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Janet from Zambia on Today
Janet is back for a dressing change in the OR! But just before that, she got to spend some time with her friends as they gathered around her bed to play games on the phone. This helps take away Janet's anxiety as she gets ready to go in the OR again.
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Benson from Kenya on Today
We visited Benson at his home a week before he came to CURE Kenya for surgery. Benson and his family live in a very rural area in a very humble home. However, this doesn’t make them less happy. Benson’s mom is very joyful and she loves to cheer Benson up all the time!
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Collings from Malawi on Today
Collings is going to have his surgery today! The doctors are going to put a metal rod on his leg to help it heal gradually. As he waits for his turn, please join us in prayer while we hope for a successful procedure and a smooth recovery!
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Isaac from Malawi on Today
Isaac is back and is scheduled for operation right away! His leg needs to go through a bone graft procedure and this has to happen as soon as possible. After reviewing his X-rays, our CURE Malawi doctors saw that the infection is gone but his bone needs a bone graft to help close its gap and speed up the healing process. Join us in prayers for a successful operation and a smooth recovery!
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Ian from the Philippines on Today
Ian was so quiet as he was being prepped before surgery. “He’s quite nervous,” Liezel told us. To relieve him from his fears, Patient Ministry Coordinator prayed for him before he went inside the OR. The procedure took a few hours as the medical team did not only close Ian’s open palate but also worked on redoing his lip to make it more symmetrical. Thanks to your prayers, his surgery was a success!
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Hamida from Niger on Today
We are very happy to see a tremendous difference between Hamida's initial condition and her actual condition after her surgery. Also, we are pleased to hear that Hamida's skin graft procedure went well. Having an idea of what awaits her in the OR, Hamida is more relaxed with this surgery. She is now recovering at the ward. Please continue your prayers for Hamida––they are working!
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Collings from Malawi on Today
Welcome Collings! Collings came to CURE with his father and sought help to treat his leg deformity that started from a fall he had in 2018. Collings has been in so much pain and he nearly gave up on his education. But his father thankfully met our CURE Malawi doctors for help! Collings will have surgery here at CURE Malawi!
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Mohamed from Niger on Today
We are happy to let you know that Mohamed's surgery went very well. Dr. Issa and his team were able to get his fingers straightened. Deborah, the PACU nurse took good care of him in the recovery room and now, he is reunited with his mother in the ward. Please pray for Mohamed's rapid recovery!
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Jenipher from Zambia on Today
As planned, Jenifer is discharged and will go back home with a cast. This young girl will be back after a month so our doctors can check how she's doing. We are asking for your continuous prayers while Jennifer heals at home!
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Margret from Zambia on Yesterday
Since Margret did so well over the weekend, she was discharged to go back home! She left with a cast on her leg and will be back after a couple of weeks for a follow-up appointment with her doctor. Please remember her in your prayers as she heals!
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Daniel from Malawi on Yesterday
Daniel's operation went well! Our CURE Malawi doctors suggested that they keep the frame for a few weeks on Daniel's leg. They originally planned to put Daniel's leg on a cast but thought the frame was a better option after a bone graft. Daniel will still be here for a few days as his leg heals up! This brave boy is joyfully back in the ward and is already making news friends! Please keep praying for Daniel and his mother especially because his healing journey is taking longer than they expect. We still believe that this is best for Daniel and will work out together for good!
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Ian from the Philippines on Yesterday
We first saw Ian last month for his initial assessment and we were glad to see him again today for admission! He had his COVID-19 swab testing done over the weekend and also had his chest x-ray done early this morning. These steps are done to reduce the risk of local transmission in the hospital during this pandemic. Thankfully, he tested negative and his x-ray result is normal. After going through the lengthy admission, he is now making himself comfortable in the ward. Please lift up Ian and Liezel in prayer as they anticipate Ian’s surgery!
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