Philippines - Age 4
James will have surgery this week, and he couldn't be more thrilled to have his smile repaired! Please offer our buddy your best wishes, prayers, and words of encouragement as he prepares to go into surgery by writing him a get-well message! Thank you!
Zambia - Age 15
We are so delighted to introduce you to our dear new friend Meterida! This young lady is here at CURE Zambia with her mother, Brenda. Meterida has a condition known as bowed legs which forces her knees to bend outwards. "We went to a local hospital, and they said they couldn’t help us with conditions like this, so we went back home," Brenda narrated. Thankfully one of our CURE outreach teams met Meterida through a mobile clinic and was able to share the hope of healing with her! Please help us get our dear new settled here at CURE Zambia by dropping her a get-well message.
Zambia - Age 6
Another beautiful week here at CURE Zambia and we have welcomed an extremely joyful new friend, Queen! Please help us welcome Queen, who is here for clubfoot treatment. We are delighted to be able to serve kids like Queen, who is here with her grandmother, Janet. "I'm 52 years, and this is my first time coming to the capital city of Zambia. Where we come from, CURE Zambia is very popular because many kids have been served here," Janet shared. Once again, join us in welcoming this jovial Queen!
Malawi - Age 3
Sometimes it is a slow day like this, and sometimes that means eating snacks in bed! Faida will still stick around for a few more days to ensure her hand is healing well. After she was seen yesterday, our CURE Malawi doctors said her hand is healing up well, and we will keep letting you know how she is doing! You can support Faida's treatment by sending her a get-well message and praying for her today!
Ethiopia - Age 6
Abush was all smiles last Friday and had every reason to be. He was visited by CURE Ethiopia Spiritual Director Mesfin Taye (second from the left) and friends Teres (center) and Adrian (far left) from our partner, the Rees-Jones Foundation. The Rees-Jones Foundation has supported CURE Ethiopia since the beginning. They financed a good portion of our operating cost, and the construction of the long-term Rees-Jones Foundation Ward that Abush and fellow CUREkid Habetamu are currently staying in. We are very grateful for their partnership! Teres and Adrian were very pleased to meet Abush during their visit to CURE Ethiopia last week. Abush was also delighted to meet them. He has finished serial casting and is just lodging in the RJF long-term ward until he and his mom Bure are ready to go home. Praise God for his progress! Please join us in praying for the rest of his treatment to go off without a hitch.