Changing the lives of people affected by disease, poverty and prejudice.
Just £13 a month could enable us to run health education campaigns in six schools each year, to help reach more children affected by leprosy. Read more
Although leprosy is curable, it is difficult to say that a person affected by leprosy is cured, if disabilities have already taken hold before treatment began. Read about how we go beyond treatment. Read more
£5 a month can help us train three female health champions to support women and girls who face appalling discrimination daily. Read more
The BMW Berlin Marathon is one of the largest and most popular road races in the world with more than 40,000 participants. Its a flat course so if you're looking for a personal best then this is for you! Read more
Leprosy is an infectious disease of the skin and nerves. It is completely curable, however the stigma surrounding leprosy means people are shunned by society and so often hide away. Read more
Lymphatic filariasis is a parasitic disease transmitted through the bite of infected mosquitoes. There are around 1.23 billion people worldwide are threatened by lymphatic filariasis. Read more
Also known as kala-azar or black fever, visceral leishmaniasis (VL) is a parasitic disease contracted via sandfly. If not treated the disease can be fatal.
Six countries have 90% of the world's detected VL cases, with India accounting for 50% of the global burden Read more
Are you aware of the neglected tropical diseases that affect half a billion children worldwide? Read more
The popular cycle ride from Edinburgh to St Andrews took place on Saturday 11th June 2016. Sign up to get all the latest information about next year's event. Read more
Challenge yourself this year and sign up to run the Virgin London Marathon for Lepra! Read more
The global health think tank, Polygeia, write about the importance of zero disability in children affected by leprosy. Read more
Up until May this year, there were 30 laws in India that discriminated against people affected by leprosy. Read more