We work in partnership with the Government at the national, state and district levels. With the changing global scenario with regard to fundraising, the GBLT aims to raise local resources to support leprosy control work. Our projects provide remarkable services to a significant numbers of people affected by leprosy. To do this, we seek to reach out to thoughtful and supportive people in India. As you're aware, your substantial support will enable us to care for many more people affected with leprosy for their medical and social rehabilitation.
Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work-India
AIFO-Catholic Hospital Borgang
ALERT-INDIA is a charitable organization carrying out Leprosy Control activities for the last 34 years.Apart from detection and treatment of leprosy, educational campaigns are conducted in schools, slums and villages, creating awareness about the early signs of leprosy and its treatment. We also have specialized physiotherapy and footwear centre, providing free treatment for patients with disabilities and deformities. Economic assistance to needy patients and their children are also given.Read more...
AIFO India is a professional non-profit organization working in the area of health and development across India for over 18 years. Specifically, AIFO India works aggressively towards the eradication of leprosy, support of persons with disability and empowerment of marginalized groups particularly women and children. A combination of healthcare initiatives such as reconstructive surgery for victims of leprosy who have suffered deformity or disability, identification of new cases of leprosy and treatment as well as integrated community development initiatives such as formal and non-formal education opportunities and economic empowerment projects has allowed us to directly impact over 1,50,000 people across the 10 states of our operations.Read more...
GLRA India in association with the National Leprosy Eradication Program (NLEP) Revised National TB Control Program (RNTCP) provides wide spectrum of activities to a population of around 232 million spread across in 16 states. Activities such as diagnosis, treatment, disability care, in-patient care, reconstructive surgery, social/community based/institutional rehabilitation are few main activities of its NGO partners. GLRA also provides Leprosy technical support to the states of Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, West Bengal and the UT of Dadra & Nagar Haveli (DNH) under ILEP coordination.Read more...
LEPRA was established in India in 1989 to support the national health programs in the prevention and control of diseases such as leprosy, tuberculosis, malaria, lymphatic filariasis, HIV/AIDS and blindness. It is a part of the worldwide LEPRA network based in UK which is a member of International Federation of Anti-Leprosy Association (ILEP). LEPRA focuses its activities in communities that are marginalized or poor, especially women and children, young people, slum populations and migrants. LEPRA's work in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar reaches a population of nearly 12 million people.Read more...
SWISS EMMAUS LEPROSY RELIEF WORK-INDIA
Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India (SEI) is a secular nonprofit organization with a nationwide presence. Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India is a registered Trust. Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India started its work in India in 1960 and initially worked to eliminate leprosy as a public health problem. For over 50 years, SEI has dedicated itself to improving the lives of people affected by leprosy, tuberculosis and other poverty related diseases through social and medical rehabilitation. Currently, we support 10 projects in eight states in India. The aim of Swiss Emmaus India is to find 'Customized solutions to Indian problems' by working along with the Government in order to make 'health for all' a reality.Read more...