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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 Loveness. To do that, we're inviting you to partner with us.

We need to raise approximately $1000 to treat children like Loveness. When you give a gift through Loveness's CUREkids profile, your contribution will help us continue our work in countries like Zambia. Have more questions? Ask us.

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Loveness's Story

“I want to go back to school when I get healed” Loveness tells us shyly.

Loveness has a condition known as bilateral clubfoot that has robbed her of the opportunity to live a normal life for the past 17 years. What has been her biggest … Read more

“I want to go back to school when I get healed” Loveness tells us shyly.

Loveness has a condition known as bilateral clubfoot that has robbed her of the opportunity to live a normal life for the past 17 years. What has been her biggest challenge and a source of pain has been her inability to wear shoes. “I walk barefoot. I can't put on shoes like everyone else. Even sandals or flip flops don't fit on my feet,” says Loveness, her frustration revealing how important this is to her. Loveness tells us that people in her community mock her likening her to a door lock, which moves as the door is opened and closed but doesn’t actually go anywhere. They're referring to how Loveness can't walk for long distance due to the pain of her condition. Her feet allow her to move, but never travel. She is essentially trapped where she is, both physically and emotionally.

Been the first born daughter in her family, her mother Margaret was really puzzled wondering could have caused Loveness to be like this. In a desperate attempt for both answers and healing, Margaret took Loveness, when she was just a few weeks old, to a traditional healer. The healer compressed Loveness' legs with some herbs, but ultimately did nothing to correct her feet.

For 17 years now, Loveness has lived with her condition, doing the best she could, Thankfully as she was walking one day, an old patient of ours here at CURE Zambia saw her and encouraged her to come to us for treatment. Now that she has arrived at our hospital, Loveness is excited that she is about to start treatment for clubfoot and she has a wish: “When I get healed I want to go back to school and I eventually want to be a teacher!”

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Mar 02, 2020

Loveness came through for her follow up visit! She had her cast off and her foot is looking good! Since she still had her cast on when she arrived here, she only came with one shoe. Once she goes home though, she'll be able to wear two shoes for the first time in her life! Thank you for partnering with us to bring healing to Loveness. Please pray prayers of thanks to God for her healing and also pray for Loveness as she begins to learn how to walk with her healed feet! Photo of Loveness

Jan 22, 2020

Dr. Moyo greeted Loveness in excitement during the ward round! What was also exciting for Loveness and her mother Margaret is that during the same ward round, they were informed that Loveness has been discharged. She free to go home! She will come back for a follow up review after a couple of weeks. Pray for their safe travel back home and also pray her smooth healing from home! Photo of Loveness

Jan 21, 2020

Loveness had another successful dressing change of her cast today! The doctors are happy with her correction so far, but they say she still needs another dressing change in a few weeks time. She is currently recovering from today's procedure, kindly continue praying that Loveness continues with her impressive healing progress! Photo of Loveness

Jan 17, 2020

We found Loveness listening to music in her bed and she was enjoying some time to herself. She has every reason to be joyful seeing that her healing is going well and it's nearing completion. After her dressing change next week, we will be able to have the discussion about when she can go home! Please keep on praying for Loveness. Photo of Loveness

Jan 15, 2020

Dr. Maweja was updating the team on the progress that has been made with Loveness during the ward rounds this morning. Loveness will have a dressing change next week and she is generally doing well. She has gotten used to our hospital environment. Kindly join us in praying for Loveness' continued healing! Photo of Loveness

Jan 14, 2020

Nurses Patricia was flipping through Loveness's file as she was checking how Loveness is doing! Patrica then informed us Loveness is doing well post-op and she likes to spend most of her time in the comfort of her bed. She is likely to have dressing change later on this week. May you please continue praying for her healing! Photo of Loveness

Jan 09, 2020

In December last year Loveness got discharged after a dressing change for her right leg which earlier had surgery! This week she is back for her follow up review. The cast she went home with has been removed and her right foot is both healed and straight! Thankfully, today she was on the list to have surgery on her left leg and the surgery was successfully done by Dr. Moyo. Please be praying for Loveness as she recovers from this surgery! Photo of Loveness

Nov 12, 2019

Recently we have been experiencing huge number of patient far away parts of the country. Our children's ward is full and in order to give space to those who have recently been admitted, Loveness has been moved to our private ward. She told us that she misses the children's ward because it full of activities and there many kids in the children's ward but she likes how private the private ward is. We are happy she is doing well as she is waiting for another dressing change! Photo of Loveness

Nov 05, 2019

Pastor Lubasi from our spiritual department loves spending time in the ward talking to patients, parents, and guardians. He counsels those who may need counseling and most importantly, he prays with them. He passed through Loveness’s bed to check on how she is doing and we are happy to report that she is doing well post-op. Kindly join Pastor Lubasi in praying for Loveness! Photo of Loveness

Nov 04, 2019

We thank God that Loveness's surgery was successful! Dr. Moyo did a talectomy to correct Loveness right foot. After the right foot is healed, which will be in a couple of weeks, she will have another surgery on her left foot. Loveness is currently recovering in the ward so please be praying for her! Photo of Loveness

Oct 30, 2019

Meet the beautiful Loveness! We are excited she's made the long journey to CURE Zambia with the her mother Margaret and she is about to begin treatment for her clubfoot. We encourage you to come in and be a part of her healing journey by praying for her throughout the different stages! Photo of Loveness

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