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Gabriel from Kenya on Yesterday
Anesthetist John prayed over strength for Gabriel and his brother Thomas while waiting for Gabriel's procedure. John also prayed for a smooth and successful surgery and for his left foot will be corrected so that he can continue to achieve his dreams.
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Yuki from the Philippines on Yesterday
We have a couple of good news for you! Yuki is healing well which means she is now set to go home! Although she is still feeling some discomfort due to her surgery, she will soon be relieved once she gets reunited with her Daddy Jay, who also received the good news of passing his job interview! Before saying goodbye, Child Mentor Patricia read Yuki and Sheryl the Get Well messages that you sent and they are so grateful to God and all the people who prayed for them! We will see them again next week for Yuki’s follow-up!
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Manirou from Niger on 2 days ago
"I'm so happy here," Manirou told Salamatou from our spiritual team. "My mom and my little brother can go home, but I will stay at the hospital with you." Today in art therapy all the patients drew something they wouldn't otherwise be able to tell us, and that's what Manirou wanted to say. Of course, Salamatou had her own response ready. "You've been telling us all this time about all your plans for the future––having a farm and raising cattle with your brothers. How will you do all of that if you stay here? Or will you become a doctor instead?" she asked. Manirou just laughed. We're glad to know that he feels so at peace and at home here. Soon, he'll have a follow-up appointment and he'll find out just how well his leg is healing. From there, our team will decide if it's safe for him to go home or if he should continue on with us at his 'new home' a bit longer.
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Henry from Zambia on 2 days ago
The long wait is over and Henry finally had surgery! Dr. Moyo did a procedure to correct Henry's leg and stabilize the bone with pins. The surgery went well and our boy is now recovering in the ward. We thank God for Henry’s successful surgery!
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Gerald from Zambia on 2 days ago
Dr. Moyo checked how Gerald was doing in the ward and we are glad to say that he is doing well. Our physical therapist did an assessment to see how he can be mobilized best. Gerald may be discharged some time this week!
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Abdoulaye from Niger on 2 days ago
Abdoulaye's mom brought him along for some fresh air while she washed her clothes outside. It's good for patients to get out from the ward every once in a while to get some sun, change of scenery, and a little peace and quiet. These days we're pretty busy so there's always something going on the ward. In general, Abdoulaye is recovering well from surgery. He's a bit more tired and puffy-eyed than usual, but soon he should be feeling back to his normal self.
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Imane from Niger on 2 days ago
This morning, Imane examined her hand closely after physical therapy. "You've been playing in the sand," said Physical Therapy Assistant Saleye as she unwrapped Imane's bandage to reveal her hand. "I see it even on your open wound," she said. Imane is a very active little girl, so it's no wonder why she doesn't let her bandage stop her from having fun. However, she needs to be more protective of her hand so it will not get infected. Otherwise, it'll prolong her healing process. Pray for self-control for her and that her mom would have the strength and energy to take special care of Imane to keep her surgery wound clean.
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Abdoul Malik from Niger on 2 days ago
Abdoul Malik was not so sure about leaving the protective arms of his mom and being carried by Maria, a stranger in his eyes, as they went into the OR. But Maria has plenty of practice in comforting little patients as she prepares them for surgery, so he soon calmed down. After putting him to sleep, our OR team got to work, releasing Abdoul Malik's toes and taking a small flap of skin from his stomach to cover the newly expanded sole of his foot. Now Abdoul Malik is recovering in the ward, back in the safety of his mom's watch.
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Madalitso from Malawi on 2 days ago
Mada is going into the OR tomorrow! The doctor said that his frame needs a slight adjustment and this can only be done while Mada is sleeping soundly while under anesthesia. Mada is nervous to go down in the OR again, so we pray for peace over him as he goes through this step.
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Mgwayisi from Malawi on 2 days ago
Mgwayisi is doing great today! As you can see, we encourage all our patients and caregivers or parents to put a mask on. We want to make sure that our coworkers, guardians, and patients are protected and safe from viral transmission. Mgwayisi's doctors are still planning out her procedure in the OR this week!
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Emmanuel from Malawi on 2 days ago
Manze is on his way to the OR! Our CURE Malawi doctors are going to separate his right-hand fingers. Please keep him in your prayers!
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Yuki from the Philippines on 2 days ago
Yuki was a bit fuzzy as the nurses prepped her for surgery. It took two nurses along with Sheryl to keep her still before the IV line was successfully inserted on her tiny hand. Afterwards, she was wheeled down the OR where Patient Ministry Coordinator Mary Ann prayed for her successful surgery. The medical team initially planned to only work on her palate but also decided to do some minor revision on her lip to make her nose look symmetrical. After a long time of carefully worked on repairing her lip and palate, she is now back in the ward! Thank you for your prayers!
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Tommy from Kenya on 3 days ago
After his pin alignment session for today was over, Tommy wrote down these messages just to thank you for having him and his mother in your thoughts. "We are so happy and glad for the support you have given us." "We would like to thank you face to face but it's not possible." "We request you to still support & pray for us especially me (Tommy) for a quick recovery." "We didn't know that we could get support from you but it (my condition) had just happened unfortunately. May God bless you together with your families" We do appreciate your continued support for Tommy and his mom.
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Emmanuel from Malawi on 3 days ago
Welcome back Manze! Manze is here again at CURE Malawi to have surgery so his little fingers can be separated. It is a privilege to be a part of Manze’s continuous healing and we are so excited that we get to spend more time with him!
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Abdoul Malik from Niger on 3 days ago
Abdoul Malik is ready for surgery! This morning, our head ward nurse Haoua made sure he's protecting himself and other patients against COVID-19 by wearing a mask. Soon, he'll go into surgery, where he'll also be protected against COVID-19 by increased precautionary measures applied in the operating room. Pray for this little guy and his mom as they settle into the ward here at CURE Niger.
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