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Souraya from Niger on Today
Souraya not only had another bandage change today but also had a little physical therapy! In between appointments, we were able to grab her and read her a bunch of your get well messages! Thank you so much for loving this little one and she says she feels famous with people from all over the world praying for her.
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Athumani from Kenya on Today
Athumani and his dad are here! After a lot of struggle finding treatment, they’ve come and now God is using CURE Kenya to heal Athumani! Pray that his journey will be smooth and without complication.
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Peter from Kenya on Today
As Peter spent time at CURE Kenya, he enjoyed spending a little time with a special visitor named Chad. He and his family are great supporters of CURE! Chad and our executive director, Abed, were taking a tour of CURE Kenya and they got to meet Peter. Peter is such a joy to meet, so we’re glad they got to meet him! Peter wasn’t able to go to surgery due to a busy day in the OR, but we’re praying he’ll go soon!
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Peace Joy from Kenya on Today
We’re not sure what sweet Peace Joy was thinking when we took this shot, but we’re sure glad that she was thinking it as she waited to go to the OR! Her cast change ended up getting postponed until today, but we’re hopeful that if all goes well, she’ll go home tomorrow, new cast and all!
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Nickson from Uganda on Today
Mama Grace and little Nickson were admitted to CURE Uganda a few days ago, and they're settling in quickly! A photo shoot evolved this morning in the patient hostel where they are staying, and Grace organized some photos with new friends and their babies. Then she and Nickson attended afternoon worship together on the ward with the other families. Nickson's already had his cerebrospinal fluid tapped, which the doctors will use to evaluate his medical needs and when he can have surgery. Thank you for praying for him and Grace as they get settled in!
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Kume from Ethiopia on Today
Kume is doing great! Today she went to the operation room for a cast change and her hand is showing a great progress! Healing up isn't always fun, but she's got a great attitude about it!
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Addis from Ethiopia on Today
We found Addis in the playroom doing what you might expect a child to be doing there, playing with her friends and enjoying her day! She's recovered well from her last operation and should actually be able to have her next one relatively soon! Please keep on praying for her!
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Zahara from Ethiopia on Today
Look at little Zahara making faces to the camera! She told us she had a restful weekend and she is ready for more frame cleanings and adjustments in order to make sure her leg keeps on healing. Please keep on praying for her this sweet child!
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Samuel from Malawi on Today
Sam is hanging around this kid's ward playing the board game Bao with his friend Felix. He claims to be the reigning champion from over the weekend. Sam will continue physical therapy this afternoon and have his x-ray reviewed by the doctors again to see what's next! Thanks for keeping Sam in your prayers!
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Mgwayisi from Malawi on Today
We are so glad to see Mgwayisi up and out of bed today. Your prayers have come through! She finally felt motivated enough to go to physical therapy and start working hard towards healing and learning to walk again. She's still taking antibiotics for her infection and will have her blood taken in the lab again today, but is feeling much better. Thanks for praying for and encouraging sweet Mgwayisi! She really appreciates it!
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Tadala from Malawi on Today
Tadala is heading home, but before leaving, she enjoyed her TV time one last time. The doctors planned on keeping her longer since she's from so far away, but they aren't ready to do her second procedure quite yet, and think it would be best for her to continue bandage changes at her local clinic and then come back to CURE Malawi at a later date. The doctors are planning on completing her next operation in 2020, so please continue to keep her in your prayers while she heals at home!
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Anna from Zambia on Today
Nurse Luyando and healthcare assistant Charity pushed Anna from the ward to the to the OR were she has been taken for a cast change and manipulation of her foot which had surgery last week. This little procedure just makes sure everything continues to heal in the right place. As expected, it went great, but please still keep praying for this little one!
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Nyenkwoh from Uganda on Today
We caught little Nyenkwoh waking up from her nap time this afternoon! She was talking to herself and making lots of faces for the camera! Nyenkwoh is taking some cough medicine but overall is doing well and awaiting her surgery. Rebecca is enjoying spending time with the other mamas from South Sudan, and we're so glad that they can enjoy friendship and encourage each other while they are here at CURE Uganda!
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Tamere from Ethiopia on Today
Little Tamere come back for her check-up today and she is doing wonderful! She was running around and playing before seeing Dr.Tesfaye. Her lip from her operation last week is healing really well and everything looks great! We will see her again in a couple of months when she returns for another check-up!
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Precious from Uganda on Today
Little Precious was in a cheery mood this afternoon! She was making us laugh by clapping and climbing over her mom! This morning she and mama Annet attended morning chapel and then after lunch rested together in the ward. Annet is hopeful that Precious may be able to have her surgery tomorrow, which would be really exciting after a long wait. We know that Precious's life is about to change, thanks to our amazing medical team, and we're honored to witness her transformation!
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Chris is excited to join CURE for the same reason most of us are part of it: Seeing the Kingdom of God at work in kids lives. "Kids right now who can't walk, they're being carried, who can't go outside because their faces look different… they get to be kids again. Because of CURE… because of you and me and everyone else involved, kids will be kids again, and be able to walk and run.
Chris Tomlin