Results for Correspondents
A life-changing donation for Ayantu
Ayantu has something known as congenital tibial pseudarthrosis, commonly referred to as a “false joint.” It is associated with a condition known as neurofibromatosis. There is no answer as to why exactly this condition occurs, but it is believed that the lining of the bone resorbs (removes cells or tissue by gradually breaking down) the bone and stops it from growing properly.
ENT Outreach in Zambia
Since 2010, CURE Zambia has been in the possession of a mobile ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) clinic truck, gifted to us by Gorta and Irish Aid, and has conducted screenings all around Zambia. Minor procedures and extractions can be done on site, while more serious issues are referred to our permanent hospital in Lusaka. For all the children, the visit is an event and for the ones with hearing issues, it is life-changing!
CURE Kenya Movie Night
Our CUREkids Coordinators are CURE’s eyes and ears on the ground in our hospitals. They not only file photos and updates on each CUREkid but also act as Correspondents, giving…
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