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Zimbabwe - Age 4
Welcome Rosabel to CURE Zimbabwe! She fractured a bone in her left shin caused by an infection in 2019. Since then, her foot has started curving inward, making it harder to walk. She will have surgery to strengthen her bone at the break and keep her bones in place as she keeps growing. Help us welcome her to the hospital!
Kenya - Age 4
Smiling helps patients remember the positive aspects of their experience while in the hospital! Treffy loves to smile and when she saw us, she gave us a nice one! Today her mum was ticking some boxes in a questionnaire from the nursing department concerning the quality of service offered in the CURE Kenya hospital. Later in the day, Treffy's cast will be removed and her condition assessed on the progress made. Let's pray that her clubfeet heal well!
Zimbabwe - Age 10
Introducing Samantha! She is at CURE Zimbabwe for corrective surgery on her arm. She fell and fractured her left arm while fetching water for her mother from a nearby stream just two weeks ago. Her fracture goes up her arm and needed immediate attention. Our surgeons are happy to help her and fix the fracture before it causes her any more pain or problems. Join us in welcoming her to the hospital!
Zimbabwe - Age 12
Thank you for your prayers and messages for Alfred. His grandmother and he caught an early bus home this morning. We didn't get to say goodbye to him, but we look forward to seeing him back at CURE Zimbabwe at the end of August. He went home with a walker to help him get around until he is strong enough to get around in crutches. Join us as we continue to lift him up in prayer as he recovers!
Kenya - Infant
While the burn or wound is healing, bacteria can get in and cause an infection. To avert this, the doctors advised Cosmas' dad, Gilbert, to watch out for redness outside the burn or wound, warm or hot skin to the touch and most importantly, swelling. Cosmas is healing well and was practicing combing his hair with his left hand more as he waits for his right one to heal. He has a soft tied bandage on with daily wound cleaning and dressing until the released area tissues have woven themselves back together. We bless the Lord for our medical team and chaplains for taking Cosmas through a successful procedure and are thankful for your prayers for Cosmas!