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  • Age14
  • Conditiona limb deformity
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The picture above is of CURE in Zambia. Everyone who serves with CURE in Zambia, 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 Esther. To do that, we're inviting you to partner with us.

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Esther's Story

“We were playing a ground game where we draw boxes on the ground and jump in them with a group of friends. My friend accidentally pushed me and I fell down. I felt instant sharp pain in my leg,” recalls Esther.

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“We were playing a ground game where we draw boxes on the ground and jump in them with a group of friends. My friend accidentally pushed me and I fell down. I felt instant sharp pain in my leg,” recalls Esther.

Esther is a brilliant young girl who was very active but her activeness has been slowed down due to the injury she had in September last year when she fell down in the middle of play time with friends. She has been to a local hospital on four occasions already. During their first visit, the X-tray was done, which unveiled the severity of her injury. They were advised that she should stop walking long distances and for times where she has to walk, she has to do so with the aid of a walking stick.

Betty, her mother, explains how devastated they were as a family when she got injured, “We felt very bad when she got injured because she could no longer walk or do any form of works and before the injury she was very active”. Esther is the second born in the family of six. Smilingly, she shares the same sentiments the mother, “I fail to go fetch water and play with my friends."

It so the happened that at the time of her injury she was few weeks away from taking her grade 7 exams. In spite of the pain, she sat for the exams and her mother is happy to report that she passed. Unfortunately, Esther has been unable to go to school ever since schools opened, because the school she was posted to after passing her exams is far away. She hopes that when she is healed at CURE she will be able to start going to school and continue with her education journey.

In as much as she is currently unable to go to school Esther remains determined! Her future career plans are still intact, she says, “I want to be a teacher so that I can be help children.”

At the hospital they first went to, they were recommended that she undergoes a surgery scheduled for May this year, but this unsettled the mother, for the time period when the operation will be done is too long and would greatly affect her education. Betty the mother instead embarked on a mission to search for other alternatives for her condition. That’s how she came to learn of CURE Zambia through her in-law who has sister with a child who was treated and healed at CURE Zambia some years back.
We are happy to have here with us for treated! We would like your support in prayer as we embark on a journey to restore her life.

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Latest Updates

May 16, 2018

Esther came back for her follow up appointment! The x-ray shows that her bone is getting to the correct shape and this positive development has excited her father who she came with this time around. She will be back in two months for the another follow up appointment. Thank you for your continued prayers and support for Esther! Photo of Esther

Apr 10, 2018

Esther is doing well and she has been discharged! Her post operation recovery is on course, she is now walking with the aid of the crutches which have been prescribed by the doctor. The pain has reduced, her wound is get getting healed, we found her attentively reading a book before saying her good byes, a thing she was not capable of doing when the pain was still strong! Esther will be back for review in the first week of May. We thank you for your prayers and messages! Please continue praying for her quick full recovery! Photo of Esther

Apr 06, 2018

Esther is doing fairly well today although she is still experiencing some slight pain! Our girl will start physiotherapy next week! In the meantime, she will be using two crutches for walking. We are glad her recovery seems to be on course. Pray for her that she recovers fully during the weekend and for her to be in good shape for her physiotherapy sessions next week. Photo of Esther

Apr 05, 2018

Esther had her surgery today successfully! A six hoe plate with screws has been in inserted to correct her hip. It was a straight forward operation and no complications were experienced. Please stand strong with her in prayers during her recovery process! Photo of Esther

Apr 04, 2018

Esther is looking all relaxed! She was seen by Dr Lastroni in the out patient clinic today and we are happy to announce she is having her first surgery tomorrow! This news got her mom all excited. Please remember her in your prayers. Photo of Esther

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