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LEPRA Society
LEPRA Society is a leading Indian non-government organisation working in the fields of leprosy, lymphatic filariasis and other neglected diseases
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LEPRA Society Dec 14
All around us at Christmas this year there will be those less fortunate than we are. urges you to "be charitable" to the ones who are hoping for the miracle.
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LEPRA Society Dec 12
"Disability only becomes a tragedy when society fails to provide the things needed to lead one's daily life" Do you know that just Rs. 10,000 can provide complete rehabilitation of a person affected with ?
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LEPRA Society Dec 11
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LEPRA Society Dec 11
Give someone a . Donate Rs. 1000 which can provide a pair of protective footwear to a person affected with .
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With 25 yrs of experience, has helped over 5L people, fights & prevents leprosy in 154 districts. Now they're with to widen their impact.
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LEPRA Society Dec 8
Do you know just Rs. 2000 can provide splints & grip aids for a person affected with leprosy
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LEPRA Society Dec 6
India is home to the most cases in the world but early detection can help in curing this disease. Read the full story by Dr. Aparna Srikantam, BPHRC.
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LEPRA Society Dec 6
This Christmas make a difference in someone's life by only Rs.5000. A person affected with leprosy induces cataract can get a gift of improved eyesight.
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LEPRA Society Dec 4
On the World Disability Day, Team , Samastipur had hosted a rally which was flagged off by the District Magistrate Mr. Pavan Kumar with the aim of spreading awareness about and the importance of home-based self-care as well as the effective mechanism.
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LEPRA Society Dec 4
This Christmas share your love by giving the gift of cure. urges you to join hands with us and let's change the lives together. Just Rs.500 can give someone a
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Hindu Council UK Nov 29
“Million’s of people are living with . There is a cure, but gender inequality often prevents women from seeking treatment. You can help by choosing to donate until 5/12/17 & your donation will go twice as far:
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LEPRA Society Nov 30
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Rosalind Kerry Nov 27
Lepra and LEPRA Society have nurtured wonderful relationshsip with young people, both overseas and here in the UK. It is a strength and a priviledge to raise awareness and funds with enthusiastic young people !
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LEPRA Society Nov 26
"Awareness is the greatest agent for change" in collaboration with the schools like Kalanjali Hugh school, JMJ School & JMJ College for Women organized an awareness programme on & educated 300 children of these schools through interactive sessions.
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LEPRA Society Nov 26
"Awareness is the greatest agent for change" in collaboration with the schools like Kalanjali Hugh...
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Lepra Nov 26
It's not just the physical effects of Leprosy that devastates peoples lives. People may have their children taken away, suffer physical or psychological abuse and become isolated
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LEPRA Society Nov 21
"The biggest disease today is not leprosy, but rather the feeling of being unwanted" Timely treatment of leprosy through proper medication can prevent disability
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LEPRA Society Nov 20
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LEPRA Society Nov 19
Leprosy can be cured. Do not fear it -- treat it!
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LEPRA Society Nov 16
India is one of the countries which has the highest number of leprosy cases
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