Kamali is a young woman in India. At 15, she couldn’t finish her schooling because she had leprosy.
Neelam is a shy girl living in a remote village in India, not far from a Leprosy Mission hospital. Her brother Mohan told us her story…
By SUPA THEJAN, Merchandise Manager The Leprosy Mission Australia
Leprosy patients used to need two surgeries on each leprosy-affected hand; and between each surgery, fingers needed to be rested for 3 months. But a surgeon at The Leprosy Mission’s Anandaban Hospital in Nepal, Dr. Indra Napit, has developed a new process to carry out reconstructive hand surgeries by combining two surgeries into one. Now the hospital admission time is reduced significantly — from 6-8 months to 8 weeks.
Supporter Tour in Nepal: Wednesday 4th - Sunday 15th November 2020
You may remember Sita? Thanks to your prayers and support, she can look forward to a brighter future.