Leprosy Mission hospitals and clinics have remained open throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. Praise God! And thanks for your support! You are giving them the essential help and hope they need.
By TIM COLLISON, Engagement Coordinator - The Leprosy Mission Australia
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.