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Moses's Story

“I felt guilty. I thought as if there is something I did wrong. There were complications during his birth,” Lydia, Moses' mother shared with us.

Giving birth to a child with a disability is a not only confusing, but it also comes with se… Read more

“I felt guilty. I thought as if there is something I did wrong. There were complications during his birth,” Lydia, Moses' mother shared with us.

Giving birth to a child with a disability is a not only confusing, but it also comes with self guilt and a sense of shame to the parents. There is belief in different communities that someone can only give birth to a child with disability if they have committed a sin or an evil act. You can understand how these myths affected Lydia when Moses was born.

Moses is three years old and the third, and youngest, child in his family. He is unlike his older siblings because he was born with a shorter and weaker right leg. He was delivered at a local clinic where, after seeing his condition, he was referred to a bigger hospital. While at this hospital, one of our doctors here at CURE Zambia met with Moses as he was running a mobile clinic there. Moses was very young at the time and his family was advised to wait until Moses grew a bit older for a medical intervention.

Well Moses is older now and has come here to CURE Zambia. Moses' mother is still perplexed about what will become of her boy because his leg will first need to be amputated and then he will be fitted with a prosthetic leg. There are also discouraging voices from members of the family, especially Lydia's mother. ‘’When I was coming here people were doubting that it is good for him to come for surgery, especially my mother was very doubtful advising me to let him him be just like he is.”
Please join us in praying for strength and healing for Lydia and for Moses as they seek a better life for this little guy!

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Aug 08, 2018

Moses has been discharged! He will be reviewed at a local hospital in the next couple of weeks by Dr Moyo when he travels there for the mobile clinic. Transport logistics are are still been organized, and they are likely to travel tomorrow. Thank you for your prayers for Moses. Kindly pray that as they are preparing to go that he keeps making progress in his healing! Photo of Moses

Aug 07, 2018

Moses had his procedure today in the operating theatre! The cast was cut and the knee and leg elevated about 15º and a wedge has been put at the back. It has been reinforced by applying another cast on top to strengthen it. Keep on praying for Moses! Photo of Moses

Aug 03, 2018

When Moses' friend Alex left, we knew it wouldn't take much time to make new friends soon! Today we found him making the rounds on a wheelchair with his new friend Masautso, luckily they come from the same province so they speak the same language! Photo of Moses

Aug 02, 2018

There is some good news for Moses! His leg has healed well and an amputation which he came for is out of the picture for now! Another cast has been put on his leg and there will be manipulation to adjust and cast until it reaches a good correction. After that, there will be a leg lengthening procedure. The progress has cheered Lidia, "I feel happy and relieved that the leg is looking like this." Join us in thanking Jesus for the progress of Moses's leg and let's pray that all the remaining processes bring total healing! Photo of Moses

Aug 01, 2018

Moses kept looking at the machine when his vitals signs were been done today. For some reason, he likes it and he is also happy that his friend Alex has joined him even though he has been discharged and will be leaving tomorrow. We know that he'll make new friends fast being the fun loving boy that he is! He will be going for a dressing change of his cast tomorrow, please pray for that and for new friendships! Photo of Moses

Jul 31, 2018

Moses has been by his mother's side for most of the time today! His friend Alex went in for a dressing in the OT and when we asked him where Alex was, he answered, "he has gone to have his leg straightened!" His mother Lydia, said he also wanted to go have his leg straightened like his friend so that 'we can go home.' We asked about the pain which he was complaining about the last time he came back from OT and he said, 'this time it won't be painful.' Moses is such fun-loving boy, please keep praying for him! Photo of Moses

Jul 30, 2018

We found Moses playing a balloon game with his friend Alex! The adaptive nature of children is always adorable. To witness how they adjust so fast is inspiring and it is a blessing that we are together with you on this journey. He will be having a dressing change this week, pray for the healing of his leg so that he can be playing freely! https://youtu.be/plPSK6fmgyU


Jul 27, 2018

The bond between Moses and Alex is getting stronger! They come from the same province and they speak the same local language hence they are spending more time playing together. They both have casts on their right legs, but they are not afraid to go play on the swing. Moses will be going in for a dressing change next week! Photo of Moses

Jul 25, 2018

When he saw us, Moses asked us to show him his before pictures because his leg looks different now. We first thought Moses is a quiet boy, but we have discovered he likes to talk and tell stories. We keep on praying for the leg to be healed and done so in the correct position, please be praying with us! Photo of Moses

Jul 24, 2018

Moses is making some friends! We found him playing with Alex and Suko. They were putting together a big puzzle in the playroom. It's always nice seeing how kids easily bond to together within a short period of time! Photo of Moses

Jul 23, 2018

Today, Moses joined to rest of the kids in the playroom! This is an indication that his post-op recovery is going well. He was sharing with us how excited he is that he spoke to his uncle on the phone who promised that he will bring him a sweet when he come see him. This really made him happy! Photo of Moses

Jul 20, 2018

Moses had surgery on Friday, much to the surprise of his mother who believed that her boy was going in for an amputation, she was happy to see him come from theatre with a cast and his leg still there! Our doctors decided not to do an amputation but do a procedure known as limb salvaging as an attempt to save his leg, He will have the cast for for couple of weeks then come back for review to assess if the leg has improved. Depending on the state of the leg at that time, that's what will determine the next intervention for his leg. Please pray for the healing of his leg! Photo of Moses

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