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Abdoul malick from Niger on Today
Join us in welcoming Abdoul malick and his grandmother Hadiza Saley ! Abdoul malick will need yours prayers as he heads into surgery and for the recovery that follows !
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Madalitso from Malawi on Today
We can all see the smile that is on Mada's face. However, this boy has been having a hard day today. As his leg is correcting really well, Mada feels so much pain but our CURE Malawi nurses helped him with some painkillers. Please continue to pray for Mada as this week is the last week to have his frame on!
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Lucia from Uganda on Today
Baby Lucia was being checked by our nurse Ruth who also happens to speak Kilara's local language. Kilara was so happy to meet someone else who understands her and quickly opened up to Ruth about her worry that Lucia isn't as active and not breastfeeding properly. Samples were taken for testing and Ruth advised her to express breast milk while they find out the problem. "Hopefully it isn't an infection" Ruth told us. Please continue praying for Lucia's full recovery.
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David from Malawi on Today
Welcome David who is here at CURE Malawi! David arrived here with his mother Alinafe. He has knock-knees which were first noticed a year ago. David has been given a later date to come back to CURE for an operation and is now here! Your prayers and support will be really appreciated as he gets ready and healing is on the horizon!
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Victoria from Malawi on Today
This week at CURE Malawi, we have Victoria! Victoria is an amazing girl who loves to dance and her joyful heart makes her smile beautiful! With such beautiful smiles, Vic needs your help. She was born with her toes stuck together and our CURE Malawi doctors are going to get her into the operating room to get her toes separated! Please join us in prayer and support as our CURE Malawi doctors are planning her treatment!
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Hailemichael from Ethiopia on Today
We found Hailemichael sleeping peaceful in his mother's arm! He is doing wonderful and it is time for him to go back home. He will continue his recovery from there and we will see him again next week when he returns for his check-up! Please continue praying for this little guy!
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Zahara from Ethiopia on Today
As usual Zahara is posing for a photo! She is doing great and back at CURE Ethiopia for her next operation! The metal she has on the right side of her leg did their job in keeping her bones strong and it is time to remove them. Now she is here and ready for her surgery!
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Ismael from Niger on Today
We are happy to have seen Ismael this morning, sitting on his hospital bed. As we can see, his health is progressing well. He will be discharged today and will return home with his mother. Ismael will be back at CURE Niger on December 4th for his first bandage change. Let us thank God for his health and also continue to pray for his total healing!
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Ousseina from Niger on Today
Ousseina had her second operation today! Similar to her first operation, it was to separate her fingers. We've done just one finger separation at a time in order to allow Ousseina the best healing possible! She's now two for two!
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Chebet from Kenya on Today
Chebet went to the operating room yesterday to have her left foot corrected first. The surgery involves trying to straighten her foot so she doesn’t have to walk on the top side of her foot as you saw in the video update yesterday. Please pray for a smooth recovery and that Chebet and her brother experience the love of God while they are here at CURE Kenya!
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Paul from Kenya on Today
Paul had a chance to watch TV today and just relax in the ward. We found him watching and thought we’d sneak up on him and take a picture but he turned and saw us and so we took this picture instead. Paul looks forward to when he can go home but he understands why he is here and is okay with it. Due to the complexity of his frame, he needs to have it checked by a doctor regularly. That is why he is staying at CURE Kenya a bit longer than usual.
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Vince from the Philippines on Today
We are happy to have Vince stay with us for the next few days. Despite the discomfort he and Jean experienced from their COVID-19 swab testing last weekend, the pain was all worth it when they learned they’re healthy and COVID-free! He is now resting in the ward, preparing for his surgery. Please be praying that they will experience God’s love and healing as we spend time with them this week!
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Bonn Ervin from the Philippines on Yesterday
We are happy to introduce to you our new pal, Bonn Ervin! As part of our admission process, he had his swab testing and chest x-ray done over the weekend. We were glad to hear the news that he is healthy and he is finally being admitted to the ward! He cannot wait to visit the OR where the magic of healing happens! Please be praying for his successful surgery and that we will get to be Jesus’ hands and feet as we serve him and Beverly this week!
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Chebet from Kenya on Yesterday
Chebet and her big brother Samuel have arrived and are excited to begin their healing journey here at CURE Kenya! Thank you for your prayers and support for them!
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Mansour from Niger on Yesterday
We were happy to see Mansour in front of the physical therapy room, waiting his turn for his exercises. His health is improving! Let us continue to pray for him.
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