Clubfoot Population Enrolled
Enrolled Since the Program Began
Annual Clubfoot Births
Marwa Osman Mohamed
Program Manager Sudan
Marwa began working for Hope Walks in 2021 at the start of the new program in Sudan. Seeing children successfully treated from clubfoot and the happiness of their families is her greatest joy in working for Hope Walks. Prior to joining us, she was the head of the physiotherapy department in Khartoum Chesire Home. She has a bachelor’s degree from Ahfad University for Women Khartoum – Sudan and is currently working on her master’s degree in Physiotherapy at Alnileen University Khartoum – Sudan. In her spare time, Marwa loves crocheting and making scented candles, cooking and spending time with her family.
Clinical Supervisor Sudan
Rawan was drawn to Hope Walks so she could be part of something truly life-changing for children born with clubfoot. She loves to help resolve people’s problems and admits to the “guilty” satisfaction in helping people integrate into their communities. “It’s the toughest job I’ll ever love,” she says. Prior to joining Hope Walks, she worked for Khartoum Chesire Home. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Ahfad University for Women and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in physiotherapy at Alnileen University in Sudan. Rawan is an avid swimmer and enjoys traveling and cooking. She hopes to someday open her own concept restaurant. We can’t wait to be the first customers!
Mahasin Mohammed Elmahdi
Program Administrator Sudan
- KCH Khartoum
About the Country
Sudan gained its independence from the Great Britain in 1956. Differences between the north and south part of the country led to a civil war and eventual formation of South Sudan as a sovereign nation in 2011. The Blue Nile and White Nile meet in Khartoum to form the Nile and heads northward from there through Egypt and into the Mediterranean Sea. The country has approximately 70 native languages.
The clubfoot program in Sudan was newly created in 2021. Please pray for this young program to continue to grow and for word to get out about the treatment option available to families in Sudan.