Inaya and Salhatou enjoy the work of their hands. Inaya made a bird out of several materials and chicks sitting next to the mother. Salhatou also knitted a green cap, and there was no shortage of joy. Friendship, healing, and meaningful activities are effective cures! Inaya still has her hand in a cast, but the bones are healing slowly but surely. She loves to read your messages and finds joy in your encouragement as she looks forward to Christmas. Best wishes from afar from Inaya and her sisters!
After spending two months healing at home, Zahara recently came to CURE Ethiopia for her follow-up. She kept herself busy coloring until it was time for her to see her surgeon, Dr. Tim. When her turn finally came, she went in to have Dr. Tim examine her right leg. He was delighted with how well Zahara's wounds had healed. Because everything looked good, he decided to give her a one-year follow-up appointment. Praise God for Zahara's healing, and thank you all for making this happen!
"Daniel has good forearm rotation. He has no pain, and his x-rays are satisfactory," Dr. Laurence wrote on his medical report after seeing Daniel. Daniel recently came for his follow-up, and we were delighted to hear Dr. Laurence say good things about his progress. Praise God for Daniel's healing! He will return to the hospital next year for another follow-up. Daniel is almost at the end of his treatment journey, so please keep praying for him until he crosses the finish line!
While Shoremi prepared for his big surgery day, Spiritual staff member Wako came by to see how he and his mom were doing. Shoremi's mom, Ayesha, told Wako her incredible story and said she was excited for her son to begin treatment at CURE Children's Hospital of Ethiopia. Wako shared in her excitement and said God led her and her son to CURE Ethiopia because He loved and cared for them. Thank you, CURE Friends, for allowing yourselves to be God's instruments in making this happen. Please pray for Ayesha's emotional healing and Shoremi's upcoming surgery.
Djamila is happy that her leg is healing well. Today, she will have a second operation where doctors will graft skin to her leg wound. We found her coloring pictures before being taken to OR. Her grandmother said she is happy to see Djamila's healing and the change CURE Niger has brought to both of their lives. Please pray for the success of this operation. Thank you!