Uganda - Infant
Apollo and Phionah are all packed and ready to go home! "It's been a great experience here at CURE Uganda. It doesn't feel like a hospital at all," Apollo commented. He went on to explain how they felt the presence of God here. "You must all be proud of yourselves," Phiona commented. "Look how you have changed my daughter's life!" We are happy that Ronah's water is flowing well, though there was a bit of challenge with her holding her neck due to the heaviness of her head. Our CURE doctors recommended a specially designed chair to help train and strengthen Ronah's neck to be able to support her own head. We will see them in the next few weeks in one of our mobile clinics near their home!
Uganda - Infant
Thank you for being a part of this big transformation. "I am so happy. It feels like a burden has been lifted off my shoulders," Harriet spoke with joy. Our CURE doctors have discharged Daniel and Harriet is excited to go back home. "I just do not know what to say for what CURE has done for me. God bless you all so much for loving me," she added. We wish them a safe journey and we will see them next month in our mobile clinic near their home.
Malawi - Age 12
Welcome Pemphero to our CURE Children’s Hospital of Malawi, and please join us to pray and support her time here at our facility to receive her surgery! Pemphero has bowed legs, and she feels pain when she walks. This young lady needs our help. Her time at CURE Malawi means a lot in her life, and you can be part of her life transformation as she gets her legs corrected! Please keep her in your prayers and support her surgery today!
Malawi - Age 7
"My name is Christian, and I love to play football!" Please join us in welcoming Christian who is here at a CURE Malawi hospital to receive his surgery to separate his fingers that are stuck together. This will be Christian's first-ever surgery! Please send some welcoming messages to him and keep him in your prayers.
Philippines - Age 10
Help us welcome Rizamol as she begins her healing journey at Tebow CURE! Her clubfoot has made it difficult for her to walk for the past ten years. It takes an hour and a half for Rizamol and her brothers to walk to school, according to mommy Lydia, which is one of the reasons she is falling behind. But Rizamol is determined to learn! Thankfully, she was examined in the outpatient clinic this week, where our medical team applied her first cast on her left foot. Doctor Elsa decided to correct her feet one at a time so that she could continue to walk on her other foot. Rizamol's journey to becoming clubfoot-free may take a while, so we invite you to walk alongside her by encouraging her with your get-well messages and prayers! Thank you!