International Women’s Day is an annual event where people across the globe celebrate women's achievements, raise awareness about gender discrimination and take action to drive gender parity.
Lepra is following the Game of Thrones spin-off with great interest.
Listen to Anna Ansted talk to Mark Taylor from the 'Education on Fire' podcast about Lepra's work in schools.
In July, Lepra received an astonishing donation from a brilliant young man called Azaan Maqbool, from Tiffin School, Kingston Upon Thames.
All of us at Lepra are profoundly saddened by the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
The flood situation in the Kurigram and Lalmonirhat districts of North West Bangladesh, has deteriorated as the Brahmaputra, Teesta and Dharla rivers are all flowing above danger levels.
Bangladesh is prone to annual flooding but the level of disaster brought by the floods in June was exceptional, and the worst seen for a century.
On 23 June 2022, Jimmy Innes (Lepra CEO) signed the Kigali Declaration, endorsing the global goal of ending neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).
Regular giving can help the most vulnerable people, people affected by leprosy. Find out why our amazing supporter, Gordon Pincott, chose to give regularly to Lepra.
Join us as we celebrate the Lepra and University of Essex partnership launch 'we will overcome leprosy together'.
Read Lepra News Summer 2022