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  • Conditiona joint condition
  • Next Appointment 07/31/2019

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CURE in Kenya

The picture above is of CURE in Kenya. Everyone who serves with CURE in Kenya, from medical professionals to office staff, are dedicated to providing the highest quality medical and spiritual care to people who, without CURE, couldn't find it and couldn't afford it, just like Mary. To do that, we're inviting you to partner with us.

We need to raise approximately $1000 to treat children like Mary. When you give a gift through Mary's CUREkids profile, your contribution will help us continue our work in countries like Kenya. Have more questions? Ask us.

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When you partner with us monthly, we'll send you an email each month to introduce you to a different child who was helped because of your generosity. You can choose to follow their updates and send them get well messages. That means that each year, you're a part of helping 12 different children, beginning with Mary. We call it being a CURE Hero!

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Mary's Story

Mary is an eight-year-old girl born in a family of five. She is the fourth born baby in her family. As Mary’s mum was narrating her daughter’s story to us, we got a picture of how interesting Mary’s life has been. Regina, Mary’s mum, told u… Read more

Mary is an eight-year-old girl born in a family of five. She is the fourth born baby in her family. As Mary’s mum was narrating her daughter’s story to us, we got a picture of how interesting Mary’s life has been. Regina, Mary’s mum, told us that she gave birth to her daughter in her living room at home with the assistance of a traditional midwife. Mary’s delivery was successful, but a day after she was born, her mum noticed some kind of deformity in her legs. She was shocked because all her other kids were okay.

Being a single parent, it was really hard to bring up four kids at that time. Regina struggled to find treatment for Mary and she caught a break when her neighbor told her about us here at CURE Kenya. Unable to make the long journey at the time, Regina took Mary to a hospital near their home where Mary was put through a serial casting treatment. Regina says the casting may have helped a little, but Mary still has her deformed legs.

Regina finally decided to make the journey to CURE Kenya and is hopeful that her daughter will walk in the near future, with the ultimate dream of Mary being able to go to school. “When she is able to walk I can save a few shillings that I buy diapers with because she will be able to take herself to the toilet whenever she feels like going,” Regina told us of even the simple economical benefits of Mary's correction. Please pray for Mary’s surgery - that she’ll maybe be able to walk - and for sufficient grace for Regina - that she will continue raising her kids without tiring.

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Jun 20, 2019

Today is the day for Mary! She not only got her cast painted, but she also got discharged! Our spiritual intern Anastacia took time to paint Mary’s hip spica cast, including the bar that runs across it. Mary will be going home in style and sprouting a pretty cast that has a reference to John 3:16. As Mary goes, she’ll be sharing God’s word with the world! We also had the chance to share your get-well messages with her and her mama. Mama Regina told us: “Thank you and please continue praying for Mary … Tell them to pray for her so she’ll be well.” Do pray for Mary and that God will watch over all the details of her life. We’ll see her again in a few weeks! Photo of Mary

Jun 19, 2019

Mary and mama were cozy in bed this morning, showing off some big smiles! Mama was wondering about Mary’s cast ... she seemed to want it painted. We told one of our pastors who is in charge of the playroom and cast painting, so we'll see tomorrow what kind of magic will happen to Mary’s cast! Photo of Mary

Jun 18, 2019

Dr. Jomo and Dr. Theuri operated on both of Mary’s legs in one go! They released her hamstring muscle and also had to do some adjustments to her bones called an osteotomy in order to help her legs be straighter. When we asked if she’d be able to walk, Dr. Theuri told us: “That’s something we’ll have to decide later.” There’s a chance that walking may be difficult. But, even if that’s the case, the fact that Mary will be able to sit herself on a bed or in a wheelchair easier is good news! Pray for her body to heal itself well and in the best position possible! Photo of Mary

Jun 17, 2019

Mary was so happy to meet us this morning. We’re blown away at how joyful she is! We’re hoping that this happiness carries her through as she spends the week here resting and recovering from her upcoming surgery. We’re grateful that God has given Mary this gift of joy and that God’s given all of us the gift of Mary! Photo of Mary

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