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Life’s hard realities versus Optimism

I am  introducing this happy child, Anowara Khatun from the Cure Clubfoot Clinic Guwahati.Anowara grew up without the love of a father  because her father died even before her  faculties could recognize that he was her father. Her  mother was  crying when she shared about the struggles to take care

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I love being part of the work of CURE in healing children

A dynamic and determined personality Ms. Hélène Frost, Chief Executive of CURE, United Kingdom (UK),  in her recent and first visit to India she was impressed with the functioning of the programme. During her short stay in the city she established meeting with various stakeholders for her holistic understanding of

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Tears of Joy

On the last day of the year, December 31st, 2016 a couple came to our clinic carrying a 19 days old infant in their arms. The baby, Bhuban, belonged to a family of farmers residing in the district of Jalpaiguri. The parents Deepu and Anita, were ostracised by the other

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Clubfoot – A history for Mohit

Mohit was born with clubfoot. His parents Sunita and Charan took him to a private hospital days after he was born. They were told that casting would be expensive and there were no guarantees it would actually work. One medical bill can mean a lifetime of debt for the family.

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Disseminating Immense Happiness

Mohammed Ayonis, the 3rd  son of the family  was diagnosed with clubfoot during the prenatal exam.  His parents came to know about the CURE Clubfoot Clinic through a patient who completed treatment in the clinic sometime earlier. They came for treatment when the baby was barely a month old.  Mohammed’s father

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CURE is a lighthouse to our family – Rabi

Alok is the second son of Rabi Narayan and Susama. In 2014 his parents were  excited to welcome him into their family  but seeing his with deformed foot they were shattered. He was born with unilateral (right) clubfeet.  For a year Alok was left untreated until someone from Sishu Bhavan

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Tale of Mishti

At one of our clinics in Kolkata, the families of the children whom we treat, have formed a small help-group, where they discuss their problems, and exchange tips on how to look after the children and specifically care and maintain of the plasters and foot braces; and how to multi-task,

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