Weruzani

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  • Age16
  • Conditiona bone condition
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Weruzani's Story

"My son is a genius," Weruzani's mom, Rosemary shared with excitement. "I hope he can be a successful student when he gets better after his treatment."

Weruzani has come into our CURE Malawi hospital with pseudarthrosis, a condition where hi… Read more

"My son is a genius," Weruzani's mom, Rosemary shared with excitement. "I hope he can be a successful student when he gets better after his treatment."

Weruzani has come into our CURE Malawi hospital with pseudarthrosis, a condition where his bone healed improperly after breaking. His mom told us that Weru was born normal and it wasn't until he fell and broke his leg at the age of eight that they began to see there was a problem. He complained about continued pain months after the incident. After a few years of taking Weru to their district hospital and believing there was nothing his family could do to help him, they finally took him to one of Malawi's central hospitals. Weruzani had an operation there and returned home, but with no real improvement.

"There were some foreigners working for a nonprofit organization that came into our village to help people. They saw Weruzani and told us about CURE," Rosemary shared. She didn't know the names of the people or nonprofit, but says she is so thankful that these strangers gave them hope in the midst of their suffering.

Weru is very shy, but he's really happy to be here with us. He says he's ready for his treatment. The doctors will be placing a frame on his left leg to gradually correct his deformity and, though nervous, he's glad to have made some friends with the same disability already that will be encouraging him through his treatment. His mom asks that we all pray "for Weruzani to walk properly and to one day do what his friends do." Please keep Weru in your prayers while he heals with us at CURE Malawi!

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Jul 13, 2020

Weruzani came in for a check up today. While he still has his frame on, he was also wearing a giant smile when he came out of the consultation room. We asked him what was all the excitement all about and he said, in October, our CURE Malawi doctors will remove his frame. After that he'll have to wear a cast for a few weeks, but he can see the end of the tunnel! Your support has totally transformed Weruzani's life and he will never be the same again! Photo of Weruzani

May 27, 2020

Weru's leg-lengthening went really well! Weru has his new frame on and with a new frame adjusting program so that his leg will slowly get longer! Please keep praying for him as he is in the ward recovering his frame change. Photo of Weruzani

May 26, 2020

Weru is back at CURE Malawi! Our CURE Malawi doctors are going to replace Weru's frame with one that will help lengthen his newly straight leg so that both legs will be the same length. Please be praying for this new adventure Weru is about to start with us! Photo of Weruzani

Feb 20, 2020

Over the time he has been here at the hospital, he has built great relationships with the other children, the nurses, and the spiritual team. Today we saw the Spiritual team encouraging and chatting with Weru and his mother. Weru will be going home today and our doctors will see him again in April. We will miss his amazing smile and his incredible character of kindness, gentleness, and strength! Please remember him in your prayers for safety and smooth healing! Photo of Weruzani

Feb 19, 2020

Today is Weru's last day at CURE for a few weeks! Weruzani will be going back home and will be back in two month's time. We will miss this amazing young man and his great smiles! We wish him safe travels back home and that God will protect and speed his healing! Our spiritual team encouraged Weru and his mother to continue devote time to prayers and to experience the love of Jesus while at home. Weru will be back here in April. Please keep praying for him until we all meet again! Photo of Weruzani

Feb 14, 2020

Weru is hanging out in the playroom today. He's still a little uncomfortable with the frame, but it's getting better every day. He's happy to be able to move around the hospital, especially to the playroom, instead of just laying in bed all day. Weru loves the playroom and loves to color. He's been enjoying all the friends he's been making at the hospital who love to draw and color with him. Weru will begin his frame turns next week. Please keep him in your prayers this weekend, while he continues his physical therapy exercises and prepares for turns! Photo of Weruzani

Feb 11, 2020

Weru had his first physical therapy session today! Even though it was painful, he did so well! The doctors said Weru will continue doing exercises for a week before starting his frame turns to slowly adjust his bones. Photo of Weruzani

Feb 06, 2020

Weruzani was in the operating room for a five hour surgery! The doctors are cutting his bone to realign it and then will be placing a frame to hold it and better correct it. As simple as it seems, the complications are all in the details. His mom is a bit worried, but we know God has a good hand on sweet Weru. Please keep him in your prayers while he's in the operating room! Photo of Weruzani

Feb 05, 2020

Weru has taken his medicine and the surgeons believe he is ready for surgery! He'll be having a long operation tomorrow and could really use some prayers as he prepares! He's enjoying his last day frame free for a while, but is looking forward to begin his healing process. Please keep his in your prayers as he gets ready for a big operation tomorrow! Photo of Weruzani

Jan 31, 2020

Meet Weruzani! He just came into our CURE Malawi hospital with a leg deformity, but regardless of the pain, he loves walking! He can't wait to one day walk without any pain. Weruzani is such a happy kid and we are happy to have him here at our hospital. The doctors are creating a plan for him, but for now he just needs to take medication to make his bones stronger before his upcoming operation. This may take some time, but hopefully he'll be able to have his operation soon! Photo of Weruzani

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