The Director of the Myanmar Leprosy Mission has reached out to all leprosy member countries, including us, for help. They ask and hope that we can contribute to the recovery from the terrible devastation.
Check out the "World Leprosy Day" 2023.
to get a better understanding of our work.
29.01.2023 - The last Sunday in January each year, "World Leprosy Day", is a time of hope for our patients. They look to us to represent them worldwide
Recently, for the first time in 3 years after a hiatus due to the pandemic, the leaders of the International Leprosy Federation and its member countries came together in person for the annual general assembly.
For the Lepramissi Autumn programme morning, supporter-staff meeting and short General Assembly, which will be held on Saturday, 8 October 2022, from 10am to 2pm.
It has become a tradition to publish a "frost call" every summer. By donating the price of a few scoops, children can be part of the cure for their distant little one!
In the last few days, our mission staff visited the International Leprosy Mission's hospital in Ananda, Nepal!
We cordially invite you to the inauguration of the orthopaedic training centre in Taunggo, Myanmar, on Saturday morning 2022.04.09, 8:30 am.
Today (28.03.2022), the International Lepramism Union offers 33 member countries of the International Lepramism Union to pray together for Hungary.
As a partner of Hungary Helps, we are honoured to be among the exhibitors at the "Africa Expo" at Hungexpo from March 3-6, from 10am to 6pm.
30.01.2022 - The last Sunday in January each year, "World Leprosy Day", is a time of hope for our patients. They look to us to represent them worldwide.
As the year comes to an end, we thank everyone who has contributed in any way to the cause of curing leprosy, for their love and sacrifice!
Today, on "World Volunteer Day", we thank with a grateful heart all those who support the work of the Lepramissiio through their voluntary service!
There is a link between the ability to touch and mental and physical health. It is a moving honour for people with leprosy worldwide.
Around the world, we are shocked by the heartbreaking news of the devastation of the Covid epidemic in India. Help is urgently needed!
The last Sunday in January each year, "World Leprosy Day", is a time of hope for our patients. They look to us to represent them worldwide.
UNESCO's resolution of 17 November 1965 aims to raise worldwide awareness of the fundamental human right to read and write.
The coronavirus outbreak has brought about a number of phenomena we hadn't thought of. Brent Morgan, Executive Director of the International Lepramism Society, writes:
We have been hearing a lot about this in recent months. It is a key issue in both the current epidemic and the world of leprosy.
Cyclone Amfan reached the northern basin of the Bay of Bengal yesterday, 20 May 2020. One of our Hungarian project sites, Calcutta, was also affected by the cyclone.
Since 24 March, India, with a population of 1.3 billion, has also been "closed" due to the coronavirus outbreak. It is home to 60% of the world's leprosy patients.
Bangladesh, the world's most densely populated country, is also affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The Lepramissi Union is also doing its part to help.