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  • Writer's pictureCharles G. Irion

Moved by the Maasai

What a joy and surprise it was to open my copy of AZ REDBOOK MAGAZINE's April 2020 issue and find an article about Rick Morrow and the Maasai Girls Rescue Center. Sharon Wagner (Denver Office of Project C.U.R.E.) and I (Phoenix Office of Project C.U.R.E.) did a needs assessment on a hospital in nearby Longido, Tanzania in August 2019. It is the primary care facility for these orphaned girls. Project C.U.R.E. will bring much needed donated medical equipment and supplies to the hospital. Helping not just the orphanage, but also the local Maasai community as well.

Rick, I would like to thank you for being such a gracious host to Sharon and I and appreciate all of the love you bring to the girls you've rescued and the community itself.

Thank you Project C.U.R.E. for providing much needed medical equipment and supplies to over 130 developing countries around the world!

"When Rick Morrow retired nine years ago, he planned a life of travel, golf and fishing. A visit to Tanzania changed all that when he saw the plight of the young girls, who are at the bottom of the cultural food chain. He moved to Tanzania and founded the Maasai Girls Rescue Center in Longido." The full article is pictured below or you can peruse the entire magazine with the link at the end of my blog.

Here's a link to the magazine (article begins on page 52):

Pictures from the August 2019 Project C.U.R.E. Needs Assessment with Sharon Wagner from the Denver Office of Project C.U.R.E.

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