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Uganda - Infant
May 17, 2022

"I am anxious. Summary is struggling" Charity told us. Summary was supposed to have his surgery already, but it was found that the volume of blood in his body was low. The situation called for a blood transfusion which we are doing while closely monitoring him. "The doctors told me that after the blood transfusion is done, they can take him for surgery," Charity added. Please send them get-well messages and continue praying for them during this troubling time.

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Kayla

Zimbabwe - Age 5
May 17, 2022

It's been a slow and hard recovery process for Kayla, but she is on the mend! She experienced quite a bit of post-surgery discomfort over the weekend, but she is feeling much better now. She was not up to taking a photo, so we sat and comforted her alongside her mom. Kayla is headed home today and we expect to see her back here next month. Until then, please help us lift her up in prayer as she continues recovering from home.

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Leslie

Zimbabwe - Age 3
May 17, 2022

Leslie is back at CURE Zimbabwe! We had a God time catching up with her mom and her. Since we last saw her, she has had surgery on her right arm to help her to bend it at the elbow so she can potentially use it to eat and take care of herself better. Her legs are in splints to keep them straight as she fully recovers from surgery and to ensure they do not revert back to being clubbed in the process. Although she is already headed back home, we look forward to seeing her back again in a week. Until then, please send a get-well message which we will deliver to her!

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Carmen

Zimbabwe - Age 3
May 17, 2022

"I hadn't noticed that he was left-handed until now!" Mommy Farirai said with a laugh. "Carmen cannot get enough of his hands! He loves touching and picking things up. He doesn't even want me to feed him,' she continued with a smile. Carmen came in for his final check-up for his first surgical procedure. He and his mom couldn't stop smiling, and neither could we! The joy on Carmen's face said it all. We could not be happier for them both! But this is not the end of Carmen's treatment. Once CURE Philippines plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew schedules his next trip to CURE Zimbabwe, we will be giving Farirai a call to come back to the hospital to separate the rest of Carmen's fingers. Until then, we said 'See ya later' to Carmen and Farirai.

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Ousseini

Niger - Age 10
May 17, 2022

"Da sabon platre zani gida" means "I will go home with a new cast." Ousseini is excited to see a significant change in his foot and learn that he is going home to his village with his mother to rest. He took the opportunity to take a farewell photo with his friend Abdoul Rachid. "I'll go singing once I'm home because I can walk even if it's thanks to the crutches." Ousseini, very courageously, told us that he would answer many questions that his friends would ask him about Jesus. "Please pray for me that Jesus will answer for me." Ousseini needs our prayers for his stay at home so that Jesus will protect and guide him. He will come back to us after months to continue his treatment.

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