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  • Age11
  • Conditionknock knees
  • Next Appointment 07/13/2021

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The picture above is of CURE in Malawi. Everyone who serves with CURE in Malawi, 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 Nyamazawo. To do that, we're inviting you to partner with us.

We need to raise approximately $1000 to treat children like Nyamazawo. When you give a gift through Nyamazawo's CUREkids profile, your contribution will help us continue our work in countries like Malawi. 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 Nyamazawo. We call it being a CURE Hero!

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Nyamazawo's Story

"Each day that passes, I think about how or where can I get help for Nyamazawo, my son. I kept believing that one day my son will get help," said Shika, Nyamazawo's mother.

Nyamazawo suffers from knock knees, a condition that is very visibl… Read more

"Each day that passes, I think about how or where can I get help for Nyamazawo, my son. I kept believing that one day my son will get help," said Shika, Nyamazawo's mother.

Nyamazawo suffers from knock knees, a condition that is very visible and hinders mobility. Nyamazawo dropped out of school because of the pain he feels whenever he walks to and from school. The other reason he left school is due to the response of his community to his condition. Shika had to look for another place to live because of the rejection from their community. Unfortunately, the people in the community where Nyamazawo lives do not understand that having knock knees does not mean your a bad person or a witch, and so they responded to him accordingly. Because of how their community treated them, Shika told us, "I did not have the energy to take my son to the hospital because of how I see and feel people will treat us."

Nyamazawo was eventually taken to a local hospital in December 2020 and was referred to CURE Malawi. Nyamazawo and Shika are now at CURE Malawi and have been seen by our doctors. Nyamazawo will receive corrective surgery soon, and we will show them the love of Jesus. The love that God has for these two is incredible. He brought them here, and we want them to feel supported and accepted by the CURE family. Please share your get-well messages with Nyamazawo and Shika and help them to feel your support!

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Feb 26, 2021

Nyamazawo is in the physical therapy room. The amazing thing is that Nyamazawo is walking as if nothing happened to his knees! He has been doing so well that he is going home today! Thank you so much for keeping Nyamazawo in your prayers and for your get-well messages! As they journey home, please pray for a smooth road trip and continued healing and recovery. Photo of Nyamazawo

Feb 25, 2021

Our surgeons operated on Nyamazawo and placed pins in his knees. These pins will help correct his legs within two months! Thank you so much for your prayers! Nyamazawo will go to physical therapy this afternoon to try and walk. Please pray for courage and smooth exercise sessions! Photo of Nyamazawo

Feb 24, 2021

Nyamazawo is going to have his surgery today! As he waits to go into the operating room, please keep him and his mother in your prayers! "I am so happy and thankful. Life will be better at home, and Nyamazawo will be able to go to school!" said Shika, his mother. Photo of Nyamazawo

Feb 23, 2021

"I had to change my name because of my friends who used to make fun of my legs," said Nyamazawo. He added another name, Chisomo, which means Grace, to himself so that people that teased him would not as easily recognize him. By the grace of God, we believe Nyamazawo will start a new life with new steps! Please join us in welcoming Nyamazawo and his mother Shika to CURE Malawi. Photo of Nyamazawo

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