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Photo of Kahuma Kahuma from Zambia

A 7 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

Kahuma Makwato was first brought to Beit CURE Zambia when he was only four days old. He was simply content to be in his mother’s arms – it will be a …


Photo of Aboud Aboud from Kenya

A 7 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

No wishes for riches, fame or great success. All Tasnim wants for her 1 year old boy, Aboud, is to one day walk like a normal boy.

At first, Abo…


Photo of Hope Hope from Malawi

A 7 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

Hope’s parents were absolutely thrilled when they learned that they were being blessed with a baby boy. The joy after his birth was short lived as th…


Photo of Pemphero Pemphero from Malawi

A 8 year old girl with infant clubfoot.

Clubfoot is a relatively easy problem to cure if it is caught in time; with a series of casts and braces, the foot or feet of an infant can be manipulate…


Photo of Hero Hero from Malawi

A 8 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

The theories parents and unhelpful onlookers come up with to explain the birth defects of children are anything but boring and unimaginative. Most of the…


Photo of Elvis Elvis from Malawi

A 8 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

In 2011, when we go into a hospital, we expect extremely well informed and researched, if not exact answers to questions like “why did this happen,” …


Photo of Ellen Ellen from Malawi

A 9 year old girl with infant clubfoot.

It is not always easy to write the stories of the people who walk through the door at CURE; there are some people whose lives summed up on paper could ne…


Photo of Arthur Arthur from Malawi

A 7 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

Clubfoot is one of the deformities that is found around the globe, many Doctors now in different countries are busy doing research to find the source of…


Photo of Wisdom Wisdom from Zambia

A 7 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

When Wisdom Mafinge was two weeks old, his grandmother was giving him a bath when she noticed that he had left clubfoot. While Wisdom’s mother attends …


Photo of Catherine Catherine from Malawi

A 7 year old girl with infant clubfoot.

Born with spina bifida, Catherine developed clubfoot from birth. She was referred from Queens Hospital, a large government hospital close to CURE. Only…


Photo of Baby Baby from Malawi

A 7 year old girl with infant clubfoot.

Only 4 days old and without a first name, baby Siyaby was brought to infant clubfoot clinic by her mother seeking help. As a village custom that is stil…


Photo of Mapalo Mapalo from Zambia

A 8 year old girl with infant clubfoot.

Mapalo Mubanga’s mother Lisa noticed that there was something strange about her daughter’s feet, but she never sought medical attention because of fa…


Photo of Bwalya Bwalya from Zambia

A 7 year old girl with infant clubfoot.

In a dark, crowded room in a school for disabled children, I met 4-month-old Bwalya Mulenga. Her mother had brought her that day for clinic, a mobile cli…


Photo of Alion Alion from Zambia

A 8 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

Though Alion Lungu is nearly two years old, he is only just learning how to walk. It hasn’t come easy for him because he was born with bilateral clubfo…


Photo of Mary Mary from Malawi

A 9 year old girl with infant clubfoot.

Mary Ngambi is a bubbly nine-month-old little girl with clubfeet and a very optimistic mother. Seeing Mary could put a smile on anyone's face as she flai…


Photo of Tumelo Tumelo from Zambia

A 7 year old girl with infant clubfoot.

Just like most parents would be, Eness was surprised and sad after she saw the condition of her child. Tumelo, meaning “faith,” was born with bilater…


Photo of Cameron Cameron from Malawi

A 8 year old boy with infant clubfoot.

It’s not very often that we have children who are not African, come for treatment at CURE Malawi, in fact, I’ve never seen any. That doesn’t mean t…



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Why I Support CURE

Chris is excited to join CURE for the same reason most of us are part of it: Seeing the Kingdom of God at work in kids lives. "Kids right now who can't walk, they're being carried, who can't go outside because their faces look different… they get to be kids again. Because of CURE… because of you and me and everyone else involved, kids will be kids again, and be able to walk and run.
Chris Tomlin

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Practicing fiscal accountability is a critical aspect of CURE’s financial stewardship model. Along with annual audits by an independent CPA firm, CURE is a member in good standing with the ECFA.

Pie chart of CURE FY 2018 Expenses *FY 2018 Expenses *CURE’s 2018 Fiscal Year: July 2017 - June 2018
  • 83.5% Program Expense CURE hospital and specialty program expenses
  • 5% Administration General and administrative expenses
  • 11.5% Fundraising Telling people about CURE
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