Making Shoes for Mossy Foot Patients

Wearing shoes is a critical component of the healing process for people with mossy foot disease. But finding shoes that fit the patients’ swollen feet is often impossible. Making custom fit shoes is a key part of the ministry of the Mossy Foot Project in Ethiopia. The process of making shoes begins with acquiring the…

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Recovered Mossy Foot Patients Graduate

Dr. Barlow began treating Mossy Foot patients in 1997. Since then many people have experienced radical improvement in the condition of their feet using the simple treatment techniques that he perfected. Now as the Mossy Foot Project leadership is considering opening clinics in a region where people have never had opportunity for treatment, former patients…

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Mossy Foot Stories

We are also excited to announce our first book!  Mossy Foot Stories is a collection of patient stories demonstrating how the treatment offered by Mossy Foot Project has brought men, women, and children from misery and ostracism to restoration and wholeness. We’re sure you will enjoy this opportunity to read these detailed accounts of special individuals…

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Shoe Distribution

Recently Samaritan’s Feet International provided Mossy Foot Project with a contribution of 13,000 pairs of good quality shoes for children. We described the arrival of the shoes here. Two weeks ago, Bruce Bodman, the Director of Logistics and Supply Chain for Samaritan’s Feet, visited Mossy Foot Project headquarters in Soddo to participate in some shoe…

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A 70th Birthday Present for Sharon Daly

On April 8, 2014, Sharon Daly, the president of Mossy Foot Project and daughter of founder Dr. Nathan Barlow, will celebrate her 70th birthday. The present that would bring her most joy on her birthday would be to see construction completed on the new headquarters for the Mossy Foot Project in Soddo, Ethiopia. The Project…

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Worano Wogaso’s Story

Worano’s story demonstrates the radical change that early intervention can have for a young person with mossy foot disease. It also shows the importance of having local clinics that are accessible to those in need. And finally, it demonstrates how those who have received help want to give back, so that the cycle of healing…

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