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Trusting God Through it All

Originally written By Naphtali Foster on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 on For many of us, we wake up and go about our day never having to worry about violence and death. However, it is not that way for many of our patients and their families. In developing nations, violence, unrest, and death are unfortunately not uncommon…

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Love Changes Everything: Meet Gabriel

Originally By Naphtali Foster on Monday, January 27, 2020 on Gabriel is a returning patient that has come to CURE Kenya for multiple surgeries. He was named after the angel Gabriel who came to proclaim Jesus’ birth. “Gabriel is like a testimony for me,” Esther said. Born a few weeks premature, Gabriel was born with a whole…

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Mysterious Past, Bright Future: Meet Slinthe

Originally written By Naphtali Foster on Monday, January 13, 2020 at His name is Slinthe. But, he hasn’t always been known as Slinthe. You see, Slinthe has a unique story. Slinthe was found asking for money on the street. When asked his name he’d reply “Poa,” which is Swahili for “fine.” This was his standard answer,…

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Patient Number 10

Originally written By Naphtali Foster on Friday, October 4, 2019 at 10. It’s the percentage of the world that’s left-handed and the number of hours of sleep that a baby needs, but it also has another meaning—for Shadrack. You see, Shadrack was our tenth patient. He is literally Number 10 in the whole history of CURE!…

Smile CURE Kenya

New hope for Jecinta

Originally written By Samuel Chege on Thursday, June 6, 2019 at Photos by Samuel Chege and Naphtali Foster Meet seventeen-year-old Jecinta. Jecinta is a shy girl from central Kenya who loves being in the company of her friends. Playing volleyball is one of her favorite hobbies. She is the third born in a family of four…

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Two brothers: From leprosy to healing

Originally written By Nelson Muoki on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at If you came to CURE Kenya and asked about patients by the name of Joseph and Bernard, you would probably get a strange look. If, however, you came asking about the two brothers from Nakuru, then many would know them. Fours years ago in February…

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