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Hanmad from Uganda on Today
Dr Stephen having a moment with Saldati, telling her the preparations before tomorrow’s surgery. "You are to stop breastfeeding your baby by 5:30 am and start giving him clear fluids." He said, "This is to help prevent shocking during the procedure," he explained. Saldati nodded with agreement. Please join us in prayer for everything to go on successfully.
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Mesiyieki from Kenya on Today
Another day, and another milestone for Mesiyieki to thank God for. Mesiyieki's foot brace helps his leg remain in a position that allows him to step down properly. We are happy that he is gaining the confidence to put his foot down. Please keep Meiyieki in your prayers to encourage him in his recovery.
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Patience from Zambia on Today
The surgical intervention has already started bearing fruits! Our girl is significantly out of pain. The next step in her healing journey is daily dressing changes and physical therapy. Thank you for your prayers for our girl Patience.
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Miten from Ethiopia on Today
Miten had another trip to the operating room today. The doctors manipulated her foot and ankle and put on a new cast. She is doing great and back in the ward resting and continuing her recovery. Please keep on praying for her as she recovers!
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Tsion from Ethiopia on Today
Tsion was not in a good mood today. She didn't want to talk to her nurses or anyone. But the good thing is that she got a smaller cast. The first cast she had covered half of her stomach and this one only covers her legs which allows her to sit up. She will be in this cast for six weeks and continue her healing from home. We will see her again when she returns for her check-up!
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Abubeker from Ethiopia on Today
"I'm in grade two now, and I'm nine-years-old. Next year, I will be ten and in grade three," Abubeker excitedly told us. He also wants to be a pilot when he grow-up! He is doing wonderfully and walking well without a problem. Everything is well, and we will see him again at his next check-up!
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Maria from Niger on Today
Maria is still wearing a cast, but it doesn't stop her from walking around and having fun. She takes pleasure in all the activities that the spiritual team has to offer to our kids here, and she is often the first one to participate. Thank you for your prayers and your kind messages! They really have the power to heal!
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Amorth from Niger on Today
Amort is a man of his word! He said he wants his leg in a cast like his brother Abel, and he got it done! But he has his own thoughts about color. While Abel has white flowers on his cast, Amorth thought violet was the better choice. Amorth is recovering well, and his heart is filled with joy and laughter each day. It is impossible for anyone not to get a good round of laughter while having him nearby. Thank you for your support of Amorth and your prayers!
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Ali from Niger on Today
"A mother's arms are made of tenderness and children sleep soundly in them." This is a quote from Victor Hugo, and it comes to mind right now. Ali was ready to take a nap. He sweetly smiled at his mother hoping to take it in her arms. Ali continues his recovery at our guesthouse, and soon he will have a check-up with our doctors. Until then, sleeping, eating, and playing around are his consistent activities here at CURE.
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Haouaou from Niger on Today
Our brave girl is back with us for another surgery! This time the doctors will be working to release the burn contracture around her wrist. Pray for our brave girl for strength and endurance as she gets ready for operation.
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Beverlyne from Kenya on Today
Beverlyne developed some breathing problems when she came out of the operating room that required her to be taken to the Intensive Care Unit. She was stabilized with help from our skilled nurses. She is breathing with a bit of difficulty but is much better than yesterday. Please pray for Beverlyne's breathing to continue to improve.
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Stephen from Kenya on Today
“Does he look different?” We asked Stephen’s mom. “Yes, he looks very different!” She told us. We got the feeling that she is still surprised at how good the surgery turned out, and she didn’t have much to say at that moment. But her big smile while looking at her son says a lot! Stephen is recovering well and may be released to go home tomorrow.
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Mariam from Niger on Today
Mariam is more relaxed now! What a great joy to see her smiling like this, free of pain and feeling good! Her operation went well, and she is going to be discharged today. Mariam, we wish you a speedy recovery and please pay attention when ridding your "velo" (bike).
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Fanuel from Ethiopia on Today
Meet Fanuel! He is at CURE Ethiopia for bow leg surgery. Earlier in the morning, before going to the operating room, he wanted to walk around the ward. He was playing hide and seek with his mom Yeshimebet. Please keep this young guy in your prayers as he begins his healing journey!
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Tamirat from Ethiopia on Today
“I love playing with the wheelchairs here,” Tamitat told us after spending a day in the ward. Today, he is going to the operating room for his surgery, and he is getting ready for that. Please keep him in your prayers for a successful surgery and speedy recovery!
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