Changing the lives of people affected by disease, poverty and prejudice.
Our Autumn 2015 edition of Lepra News is now available to download or read online. Read more
Our new project in Samastipur will help 120,000 people affected by leprosy and lymphatic filariasis. Read more
£20 can help us train female health volunteers to support women and girls who face appalling discrimination daily. Read more
If a cure for cancer had been discovered 60 years ago, would people still be suffering today? There are thousands of people still suffering from leprosy worldwide, pledge your support today to help us beat leprosy. Read more
Last year almost 214,000 people were diagnosed with leprosy.Join us and together we can beat the effects of leprosy.Join the campaign
After villagers and relatives shunned Kulamani, he decided to leave his family and live in a leprosy colony. Read more
Are you aware of the neglected tropical diseases that affect half a billion children worldwide? Read more
Leprosy is an infectious disease of the skin and nerves. It is a completely curable disease. Read more
Around 1.23 billion people worldwide are threatened by lymphatic filariasis. Read more
Cycle for charity in the RideLondon - Surrey100 on 31st August 2016. The ride takes through 100 miles from London into Surrey’s beautiful countryside.
The popular cycle ride from Edinburgh to St Andrews will be back in June 2016 (date to be confirmed). Read more
Great family events taking place in Bournemouth, Falkirk & London - join in at a venue near you! Everything looks a little different in the dark. With interestingly lit features and lovely sounds accompanying you around the route. Each runner will receive an LED head torch to wear during the race, Sign up now for a 5K with a twist. Read more
St Helen's School recently raised over £10,000 for us from their 'Lepra Fun and Fitness Day'. Read more
2015 is the "year of action" to adopt the new sustainable development goals (SDGs) for the next 15 years. We take a look at goal one: End poverty in all its forms everywhere. Read more