One of the most effective ways we can protect ourselves and others from diseases like COVID-19 and leprosy is with hygiene. It helps prevent the spread of diseases and protects those who are most vulnerable.
In this month’s KIT, you’ve read about Rose (pictured, above with Esther) from Papua New Guinea (PNG).
You are invited to meet Kashi and hear his transformation story...
Never have the words of The Leprosy Mission Prayer come so readily to my mind and lips… than on my recent visit to Nigeria.
Many children and young people from leprosy-affected families are less likely to finish school and find jobs due to the discrimination and the stigma of leprosy.
I first saw the work of the Leprosy Mission during a ‘Trek for Treatment’ in Nepal in 2008. The grandeur of the Himalayas and the lovely Nepali people contrasted with the ravages of the complications of Leprosy.