Posts tagged CURE Uganda
Couples of CURE Uganda
Tis the season for engagements, weddings, and more. This post is in honor of the couples at CURE Uganda.
Viola: A tiny, little fighter
“I felt bad and thought someone could have done witchcraft on my child,” said Viola. Her child, also named Viola, was born at home at the end of last December. Soon after birth, she noticed
a swelling on baby Viola’s back and took her to a local hospital.
Spiritual Emphasis Week: Taking time to focus on God
The Spiritual Department brought in pastors from the pastor network to teach. Dr. Omala taught about salvation and the assurance of eternal life, raising Godly children, and faithfulness in marriage. Reverend Ouke taught about knowing God’s calling for your life, dating, courting, divorce, and a purposeful life.
“There is a God at CURE”
God is the ultimate Healer. We believe He gave us these gifts to care and to heal. Our hands are extended hands of God.
Dr. Stagno: Supporting hydrocephalus & neurosurgeons around the globe
“The first time I went into a neurosurgery was for a shunt revision on a baby, and I could really see a difference after treatment. Surgery was something big. They were going to change a life forever. I loved making a difference in somebody’s life and having a massive impact.”
Healing in Northern Uganda
Many times when we travel for our satellite clinics, we keep our hopes up that while we are reviewing our former patients, they will be doing better than they were when they left the hospital. Recently, we had a trip to Northern Uganda where we met several of our old patients.
International Aid equips CURE hospitals
There’s a new face roaming the halls of CURE Niger and CURE Uganda. It’s a face that is demonstrative of a new chapter in the ongoing story of CURE International. Jim Loeffler is an employee of medical equipment non-profit International Aid (IA). He has been assigned, full-time, to work for CURE International. Jim now oversees […]
Mbarara Outreach: Expressing God’s love to families
The team would travel to Mbarara, a 300-mile long journey, so they could meet up with CURE’s Pastor Simon Peter for an outreach. The purpose? To share love of Christ and to minister to families.
Uganda celebrates World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Day
Families from across Uganda came out to help spread the word about the causes and treatment of hydrocephalus and spina bifida.
CURE in the News: Week of January 7, 2018
Dr. Venditti travels to the Philippines to heal kids with cleft lip, Dr. Mathew Varghese makes Bill Gate’s blog, and Health and Medicine looks at going shuntless with CURE Hydrocephalus.
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