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The Princess of Wales becomes a patron of The Leprosy Mission, visiting projects in India, Nepal, and Zimbabwe. After her death in 1997, a grant from the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund establishes the Diana Princess of Wales Health Education and Media Centre in Noida, near New Delhi, India. Its purpose is to promote the rights and inclusion of people affected by leprosy in Indian society through advocacy. Become a Cure One supporter Today. A world without leprosy. One person at a time.
Today in the next half hour another child will have contracted leprosy, your donation could help: - to spot leprosy and stop it quickly by providing the cure for children like Hossain. - towards surgery on legs and feet - to strengthen legs and restore lost mobility and freedom. - to restore lives through the power of self help group loans. Today your gift can reach out to a child like Hossain providing the cure for leprosy. Donate Online Today -bit.ly/WorldLeprosyDay
Leprosy still exists and is devastating young lives around the world. Like Satendra in Nepal. His body bears witness to what can happen to a child when leprosy goes unchecked. This biblical disease damaged Satendra’s nerves so badly, his fingers could no longer grasp a pen. He had to leave school. Deep in despair and depression broke his young heart. You can cure, care for and restore someone like Satendra with medication, hospital care, counselling and Learning a trade. Call 0800 862 874
Being supported by the Leprosy Mission’s Cure One initiative is life changing for people like Rinku; it is world changing for the global eradication of leprosy; and it is also very heart-warming and rewarding for those of you who answer the call to Cure One. Thank-you! Become a Cure One Regular Giving Supporter
Kanti is a young girl who lives in a poverty-stricken area in India. Please watch this short video and learn more about Kanti's desperate situation. Become a Cure One Regular Giving Supproter, Completely cure, care for and restore one person affected by leprosy, like Kanti.