Freedom From clubfoot
Motivated by our hope in Christ, Hope Walks frees children, families, and communities from the burden of clubfoot—and you can join us!
Clubfoot is a deformity that twists the foot downward and inward, making walking difficult or impossible. Left untreated, clubfoot leads to a lifetime of disability. While it cannot be prevented, it can be corrected using a relatively inexpensive treatment method that we offer free of charge to the families we serve.
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What began in 2006 as CURE Clubfoot Worldwide has grown into Hope Walks—and we plan to keep going (and keep growing) until all children have access to quality care.
We pair quality clubfoot treatment with compassionate care from counselors (called parent advisors), all while empowering local healthcare workers and educating parents and caregivers.
We do what we do because of families like these. With each story of healing, we get one step closer to making freedom from clubfoot a reality.
We are making freedom from clubfoot a reality.
Standing up against your family and neighbors is never easy, but sometimes it is the only option you have, especially when it comes to taking care of your child.
When Chourème was born with clubfoot, his father’s family accused the mother of being responsible for the child’s deformity. Family members and neighbors threatened Hamma and Amina when they tried to take their son in for treatment at the Hope Walks partner clinic at the Cure Hospital in Niamey, Niger.