Our latest issue of Lepra News focuses on the devastating effects of prejudice, in addition to providing an update on this year’s figures with our Annual Impact Review for 2016/17.

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Plane rides and prejudice

Jennifer Mangeard-Lourme, Programmes Officer for India shares how prejudice damages the lives of those affected by leprosy.

How would you like to hear from us?

We are moving to opt-in communications in May 2018. This means that if you’d still like to hear about how your support is helping to beat leprosy, you’ll need to let us know.

Leave a lasting legacy

We believe in a world free from leprosy. Your Will is a testament to you and your beliefs and if you share ours, you can help us continue to fight this disease in the future.

Mamta’s story

Mamta and her husband married last year, however, unlike most newlyweds, her first year of marriage has been full of uncertainty, heartbreak and prejudice.

This is because, shortly after her wedding, she was diagnosed with leprosy.

Our inspiring supporters

From cycle rides and bake sales to a medieval walk through Kent, read about how our inspiring supporters have been fundraising to help people affected by leprosy.

60 seconds with Jamie Chadwick

We recently caught up with 19-year-old racing sensation, Jamie Chadwick – the youngest winner of the British GT Championship.

Our Annual Impact Review 2016 - 2017

Read about how our work has changed the lives of those affected by leprosy and other neglected diseases over the past year with our latest Annual Impact Review. 

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