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Niger - Age 17
Salamatou from the CURE spiritual department prayed for Balki as she prepares for her operation. "She gave her life to Jesus yesterday. I shared with the kids the story of Creation and about Heaven. Balki said she wanted to be with Jesus in paradise at the end of our meeting. She prayed to Jesus, asking Him to come into her heart!" said Salamatou. What an excellent way to start her healing journey straight with the Healer Himself! What a great chapter she is stepping into! Please pray for her surgery to be successful and for a new faith journey! May God's wonders shower her life, and her healing would be one of them!
Niger - Age 1
"Ay go ma kaani gumo" means "I am very happy." Djabir's mom Zeinabou was all smiles when we met her this morning. "His lips are normal," she says in disbelief. Zeinabou did not believe that treatment would be quick and successful. "I love CURE Niger. All my family will remember you," she said. Djabir and his mother are going home today. They will be back for Djabir's daily wound check-up. Thank you for thinking of Djabir in your prayers, and please continue to send him Get-Well messages.
Kenya - Age 16
Mary came by for a cast change and a foot device measurement for her right foot as she continues with her recovery. She is doing well and has already even started back at school! The cast makes things a bit difficult, but through the support she's been receiving from her friends and family, she has faired pretty well!
Malawi - Age 12
"Good morning Pemphero, how are you doing today?" asked Dr. Lubega. Pemphero is recovering so well from her surgery! Our physical therapy team will start to mobilize this girl once she is a bit stronger. For now, Pemphero will take all the rest she needs to prepare for her exercises! Please reach out to Pemphero with some prayers and get-well messages to be strong.
Kenya - Age 10
After gently stretching and repositioning his clubfoot, Laban's doctors placed a long-leg cast on him. This means the cast begins at the toes and ends above Laban's thigh. Laban will be in a cast for a few more days as his doctors observe him closely. Let's pray for him as he goes on during this pre-surgery process!