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Richard from Uganda on 2 days ago
"When I first arrived, I had lost all hope. I needed help for my son, and I got more than what I expected!" Margaret told us. While we were talking, the spiritual members were setting up equipment for afternoon worship. "I love the worship and the Word shared with us. It's just so encouraging," Margaret added. Thank you for caring for Margaret and Richard. Please pray for Richard's healing.
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Praise from Uganda on 2 days ago
"Her head is so heavy, she can't hold it still," Bridget told us, "But there are mothers here with worse conditions." she consoled herself. Our doctors are reviewing her samples and may do surgery next week. Our spiritual ministry came and stayed by Praise's bedside and prayed for her and Bridget. Please add your prayers for her healing!
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Haouaou from Niger on 2 days ago
Ayouba is resting in her bed. She had both of her wrists operated on. The doctors placed wires in her hands, which will help Ayouba to regain her mobility. Please continue to pray for her as she continues her recovery this weekend!
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Tamirat from Ethiopia on 3 days ago
Thank you all for your prayers! Tamirat's first surgery went well! Dr. Laurence put on a frame that will help straighten his hand and lengthen his arm. Tamirat is back in the ward resting, and the nurses are taking good care of him. Please pray for his recovery.
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Dofte from Ethiopia on 3 days ago
We found Dofte playing a board game with his friends and Temesgen (one of our counselors). Dofte spent most of his time playing and doing a little mathematics! He still has a few weeks before we will review the healing progress of his leg, but in the meantime, he is keeping himself busy and having fun!
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Challa from Ethiopia on 3 days ago
We found Challa playing cards with his friend Kena's mom! He is waiting for his follow-up date to see the progress of his healing bone, but until then, he is having fun and enjoying his time in the long-term patient ward. Please continue praying for him!
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Fanuel from Ethiopia on 3 days ago
Fanuel had surgery on both legs! The doctors straightened the lower part of his legs and put in a pin to help keep them straight. He also got a long leg cast that covers the whole part of his leg. Now, Fanuel is back in the ward resting and recovering.
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Hanmad from Uganda on 3 days ago
Hanmad is having a peaceful sleep after having his lunch. His surgery has been postponed, as our medical team reviews samples from the lab. We shared your messages, with Saldati. She read, took a deep sigh, smiled, and said "Thank you." Please continue praying that all will go well with Hanmad's surgery.
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Mallen from Malawi on 3 days ago
"My daughter has been struggling so much with her hand. I am so grateful that CURE Malawi is there is help and make Mallen's life easier and transformed," Nalinde, Mallen's mother said. Mallen's surgery was successful! The doctors were able to correct her wrist and applied a supporting cast sprint. Please pray that Mallen's hand will heal quickly and smoothly. 
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Mesiyieki from Kenya on 3 days ago
Mesiyieki walked for a few minutes today and is getting used to stepping down. He told us that he is only a bit uncomfortable right now. We found him resting after a successful session walking around the hospital.
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Eyasu from Ethiopia on 3 days ago
Eyasu is doing wonderfully! Since his surgery wound on his neck is healing so well, today he had another operation. This time it was on his left arm. Dr. Tesfaye released the burn contracture that was attaching his arm to his chest. Now. Eyasu is back in the ward resting and recovering from his operation. Please keep him in your prayers for a speedy recovery!
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Winikesi from Malawi on 3 days ago
After a few hours of flashing out the infected fluids, Winikeni is back in the ward! Our CURE Malawi doctors said Winikesi's bone was damaged with the infection, and they had to remove the dead bones. Having his arm in the cast, Winikesi will need some would dressing and monitoring. Please continue to pray for this boy's recovery, as he rests up from surgery.
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Gorfe from Ethiopia on 3 days ago
Gorfe began her frame turning today. Our ortho technician Bayu, turns the frame on her foot every day. This frame turning will help her foot to gradually become straight. Gorfe is doing wonderfully and enjoying her stay in the ward!
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Miten from Ethiopia on 3 days ago
After being in the hospital for almost five months, it is time for Miten to go back home! She was so happy to hear the news, and she is glad that she will see her parents and siblings soon. Before leaving, she received a CURE care kit. She will continue her healing from home, and we will see her again in a few weeks when she returns for her check-up!
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Beverlyne from Kenya on 3 days ago
This morning, we found two bags on Beverlyne’s bed - a sign that they were getting ready to go home. We are so happy that Beverlyne is stable, off oxygen, and can go home today. Please thank God for all the good things that have happened to Beverlyne and her family this week.
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