Nepal,People you have helped
The Integrated Mobilisation of People for Active Community Transformation project has a long name. But it stands for IMPACT. This project is supported by the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP). The project team help people recover from lep...Read more
When Shavaram’s wife learned she had leprosy, it ended in tragedy... but you give hope that her story will not be repeated.
This October 10th we observe World Suicide Prevention Day. Mental health has been in our hearts and prayers this year. Many people are experiencing anxiety, depression and worse. Tragically, people affected by leprosy are among those most vulnerable to suicide. They face d...Read more
When leprosy interrupts lives, your prayers and support help provide patients with hope for the future and with the care that they need. Thank you for taking precious time out of your day, to draw aside and pray for people affected by leprosy. Your loving kindness can be ‘the ver...Read more
“But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love; for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble...” — Psalm 59:6
By Andrew Sithling Nepal Leprosy Fellowship (NLF) Thank you for your faithful prayers and support for the work in Nepal. Thank you for carrying us through these challenging times of COVID crisis. As even myself and my family suffered the virus, you have been upholding us. Thank y...Read more