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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 Chebet. To do that, we're inviting you to partner with us.

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Chebet's Story

“I had to stop going to school so that I could stay home and take care of my little sister.” Samuel, Chebet’s big brother told us.

Chebet is a 10 year old girl who we met at a mobile clinic organised by CURE Kenya and the county gove… Read more

“I had to stop going to school so that I could stay home and take care of my little sister.” Samuel, Chebet’s big brother told us.

Chebet is a 10 year old girl who we met at a mobile clinic organised by CURE Kenya and the county government where she lives. Samuel is her elder brother and he takes care of her. According to Samuel, his sister Chebet wasn’t born with disability. He says he only realised that she had a problem with her feet when she started walking.

When Chebet was taken to hospital, nothing much was done for her since it was a tiny dispensary in her village. She had to go home without any assistance. She grew up with her feet curved inwards and has practically lived like that till now. Chebet has never stepped into a school because the closest one near her home is almost 5 kilometres (3 miles) away and with her disability, it is very hard to walk that distance every morning and back. Chebet lives in an area with a rough terrain and it would really cause her a lot of pain if she had to go to school that way.

Samuel is happy that her sister now has a chance to be transformed and live a normal life. He is hopeful that Chebet will be healed. “I would wish for her to go to school after she is healed. I also desire to go back to school and continue with my education.” Samuel, told us.

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Dec 04, 2020

Our sweet little friend was resting well this morning before she had a wound check and cast change. After that, she was discharged! We thank God for the healing that Chebet is experiencing and we pray that when they go home they will have journey mercies on the road. Photo of Chebet

Dec 03, 2020

Chebet is having a restful morning in our brand new CURE Kenya ward! She is here from the same village and towns as some other kids who are in the ward this week. So while her surgery is done and she's doing well, she has to wait until all of them have surgery so they can all travel back together. Please continue praying for her healing! Photo of Chebet

Dec 02, 2020

We learned today that Chebet has never seen a picture of herself before! When we took a picture of her this morning and showed it to her, she started giggling and smiling. We're going to print a picture of Chebet and her brother together and have them take it home to show their whole family. Chebet is doing well. She just has a bit of post-pain but she is managing it really well! Photo of Chebet

Dec 01, 2020

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! Photo of Chebet

Nov 30, 2020

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! Photo of Chebet

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