Please help us welcome Zadok to CURE Children's Hospital of Zimbabwe! He is a five-year-old boy with so much energy. His mother says, "Zadok likes soccer. He watches soccer matches with me, and it is my dream that he also gets to play the sport one day," Milcah shares. Zadok looks forward to running and playing when he receives treatment and we cannot wait to see this dream of his become a reality as he starts his healing journey with us!
Mthabisi is an 11-year-old boy here at CURE Children's Hospital of Zimbabwe. He is so cheerful and is already in the playroom watching cartoons. Join us in welcoming him to CURE Zimbabwe and helping him prepare for his upcoming surgery by sending him a get-well message!
Panenyasha has returned to CURE Children's Hospital of Zimbabwe earlier this month after staying at home for a long time. Once she settled in, Panenyasha went to the OR for femoral rodding on her left leg first and then her right leg last week. Femoral rodding is when metal rods are placed alongside her bones to help straighten them. We're thankful that she recovered well from those procedures. She did so well that her surgeon, Dr. Rick, decided to let her continue healing from home. Paneyasha's mother is happy to be going home after a month in the hospital. We can't wait to see Panenyasha's progress when she comes back for a review. Thank you for continuing to support her. Please keep praying for her healing during her homestay.
Faith had surgery today! Thank you for your thoughts and prayers for Faith as she had corrective surgery on her right leg. Sadly, we missed seeing her in the operating room, but we will be delighted to deliver any get-well messages to her in the ward as she recovers from surgery. The procedure went smoothly, and Mommy Sekhile is happy to see her children being helped at this hospital. Please pray for her recovery and healing journey.
Leeroy had surgery today! We are sad to miss him in the operating room, but glad we found him recovering in the ward. The procedure was successful, and his right leg was straightened and reinforced with a metal rod in his femur (thigh bone) and a plaster of paris. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers for Leeroy as he recovers in this time, and feel free to send him a get-well message!