The West Delhi Referral Centre

Among the 11 districts of Delhi there is a high prevalence rate of leprosy which is why we've been working in the state since 1999. Read more

Blue Peter Public Health and Research Centre

Since 1999 the Blue Peter Public Research and Health Centre has been conducting research to fight leprosy as well as diagnosing and treating patients. Read more

Neglected Tropical Diseases Resource Unit (NTDRU)

The state of Bihar in India holds 16% of the global leprosy burden and the states of Telangana and Madhya Pradesh also present with high case numbers. This is why it's important that we continue to work in these states tackling neglected diseases like leprosy. Read more

Koraput Disability Care Project (KORALEP)

With this project we hope to improve the quality of life for people affected by leprosy-related disabilities and complications. Read more

Adilabad Rural and Tribal Health Project

Over the next five years we aim to promote early case detection of leprosy and LF among women and children. Read more

Munger Referral Centre

Our referral centre in Munger district India, was set up in 2005. We began running a project from the centre to provide health care services that could serve as a one stop centre for treatment and disability management. Read more

Addressing leprosy and lymphatic filariasis in coastal Districts of Andhra Pradesh

This project in Andhra Pradesh, India aims to educate communities across the state to help reduce prejudice, and detect cases of leprosy and lymphatic filariasis. Read more

Restoring the lives of forgotten people

Our project in Samastipur district of Bihar state in India, we are helping 120,000 people who are affected with lymphatic filariasis and leprosy, and living in extreme poverty. Read more