Posts tagged Malawi
“It gives me hope when I hear that there are people praying for me!”
Mary, Rose’s mother
“Rose is my wonderful girl who likes smiling. She is indeed a rose to me. My beautiful girl met her fate when the wrapper she was wearing caught fire as she was cooking sweet potatoes with her friend. This caused a burn on her right elbow. I wasn’t around when the incident occurred, but I […]
Sofilina, mother of Sara
“And now, I have more than joy, I have a reason to thank God for CURE and what CURE is doing not only to my daughter, but also to my family. CURE has really brought joy, peace and a lot of smiles! When I want to talk about CURE, being honestly, I would tell people […]
“I feel so much pain and I dropped out of school. One day I was walking back home from watching football near my village and a snake bit my foot. I run to my parents and I was taken to a herbalist who helped me. My big right toe is so sore and almost gone, […]
Malawi celebrates Clubfoot Fun Day
The CURE Clubfoot program in Malawi recently celebrated Clubfoot Fun Day. Under the theme “Raising a Clubfoot Free Generation,” kids who were born with clubfoot, and had successfully completed treatment, were invited for a day of fun and games!
A patient’s journey: Grandma’s Miracle
Grandma is single-handedly raising Miracle, a baby who lost both her parents at a very tender age.
Precious was born with bilateral clubfoot. Like any new parents, they couldn’t believe what they were seeing.
Joyce, mother of M’bala
“I have been rejected by other hospitals to get help for my child, but God has not left me alone, He has opened a wide and beautiful door through CURE to help my child. I thank all who have taken from your resources to give towards my child.”
Pilirani, mother of Allan
“Some people said my child was born with stuck fingers because when I was pregnant I was eating a lot of duck feet, and my child’s fingers are like that of a duck. Above all these things, I realize that I don’t need to fight with people but my focus should be on God, who […]
Zerubebel, father of Awesome
“I named him Awesome because we have an awesome God!”