Mohamed

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Mohamed's Story

Mohamed has the sweetest smile! Even though he went through an unfortunate incident as a young boy, we are pleased to see a joyful attitude in him as he faced many challenges that came after.

Mohamed's accident happened 6 months ago. While h… Read more

Mohamed has the sweetest smile! Even though he went through an unfortunate incident as a young boy, we are pleased to see a joyful attitude in him as he faced many challenges that came after.

Mohamed's accident happened 6 months ago. While his mother was cooking outside, she went to empty the trash and while this was happening in that moment away, Mohamed started to crawl up to the brazier where she was cooking. Before his dad could run up to grab him, Mohamed had already placed his hand on the brazier and badly burned his little fingers.

They rushed him to the local hospital where he was initially treated. The burns were healed but he developed burn contracture on his fingers leaving it in a permanently bent position. Thankfully, Mohamed's parents learned about CURE Niger through people in their neighborhood. Even though CURE Niger is 900 kilometers (about 600 miles) away from where they live, they brought Mohamed in as soon as they could.

Today, Mohamed is about to start his healing journey and get surgery to release his fingers on the right hand. We are so excited to see grace abound in Mohamed’s life as well as his parents through physical and spiritual healing!

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Nov 17, 2020

Adam is back for his physical therapy! While waiting for his turn inside the therapy room, he is enjoying turning the wheel on the therapy bicycle! Photo of Mohamed

Nov 10, 2020

We are glad to let you know that Mohamed's wound has healed completely! He is done with his bandage changes and will now focus on physical therapy. He will do this for three weeks and then check in with the doctor again! Photo of Mohamed

Nov 02, 2020

As we were heading toward Mohamed, we saw him rush into the arms of a patient who was also waiting his turn for the bandage room. Mohamed made a game of trying to pull off his new friend's mask. We love seeing little friendships form between patients! Photo of Mohamed

Oct 27, 2020

Mohamed is receiving all the attention and care from our medical team. He is a popular one around here. We were happy to learn that he is also very loved at home. His wounds are healing well and he will continue his bandage changes until he is completely healed. Please, keep up with your prayers for Mohamed! Photo of Mohamed

Oct 19, 2020

It's been almost a week since we have met Mohamed and this morning, we are glad to have come across him at the bandage change area waiting for his turn. He is now used to our camera and as soon as he saw us, he immediately gave us a smile ready to have his photo taken! Photo of Mohamed

Oct 14, 2020

Mohamed had a very busy weekend, as he spent a lot of his time playing with his friends at home. This morning, Mohamed is back at our hospital to have a bandage change, and we are glad to have learned from the nurse that Mohamed's wounds are healing well. Photo of Mohamed

Oct 05, 2020

After Mohamed finished his bandage change this morning, him and his mother went to the ward to visit another patient, whom they have been together with for some time, just before leaving. We are happy to learn from Mohamed's mother that he is now very relaxed at home, playing with other children in the neighborhood. Please continue praying for Mohamed! Photo of Mohamed

Sep 30, 2020

When saw Mohamed sitting on his bed, happily playing with his balloon. As you can see, Mohamed has recovered well from his surgery, so well, that the doctor decided to release him early this week to continue his recovery at home. We will meet Mohamed again next week when he comes back for a bandage change! Photo of Mohamed

Sep 28, 2020

We are happy to let you know that Mohamed's surgery went very well. Dr. Issa and his team were able to get his fingers straightened. Deborah, the PACU nurse took good care of him in the recovery room and now, he is reunited with his mother in the ward. Please pray for Mohamed's rapid recovery! Photo of Mohamed

Sep 24, 2020

Help us welcome Mohamed to CURE Niger! He travelled a long distance to have his fingers fixed. Even though we just met, it was good to see that he was already having so much fun! He is currently enjoying a bike ride before taking his turn to go into the OR. We ask God to heal Mohamed's little fingers and pray for a successful surgery! Photo of Mohamed

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