People you have helped

Hussaini’s healing hands are helping his community – thanks to people like you!

Written by Andrew Newmarch,
International Programs Manager, The Leprosy Mission Australia

Hussaini is 68 years old and is still working at a medical clinic in Nigeria. Its no ordinary clinic and he is no ordinary man – he has had leprosy all his life. The fact that he can sti...

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Healed and cured after five years of pain – thank you!

Mer Toge first realised something was wrong when he noticed changes on his face. His wife and friends also observed that his face and ears were thickening.

A trip to a leprosy clinic in Papua New Guinea’s Western Province soon confirmed his worst fears. Mer Toge had leprosy. Feel...

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Thank you for Saving Soles in Indian Leprosy Hospitals during the Coronavirus pandemic!

Thank you for your prayers and support for people affected by leprosy during this difficult time.

Without your prayer support, people affected by leprosy may not experience God’s love through the care they receive. Your amazing Christian heart is essential to God’s healing minist...

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Your Tender Loving Care this New Year, can help a loving mother like Lalsari never give up...

“Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.” —1 Corinthians 13:7

Your great kindness is truly inspiring. Without your help, people affected by leprosy may be left vulnerable and lose hope, in their time of greatest ne...

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World Disability Day: A Better World For All

By Janice Caza, The Leprosy Mission Australia International Programs Officer

One billion people, or 15% of the world’s population, experience some form of disability. Persons with disabilities, on average as a group, are more likely to experience adverse socioeconomic outcomes th...

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Thank you for giving hope with love to people like Krishna this year!

By Colin Martin, TLMA Board Member

The impact of leprosy on an individual and on their family is hard to explain to someone who has not seen it first-hand.
Over the last twelve years, as an annual visitor to The Leprosy Mission’s Anandaban Hospital in Nepal, I have met many p...

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