Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy

Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy
Supporting Those Affected by Leprosy


we thank you so much for the help you provided to support the unreached people to help in these critical situation. most of the people were affected with Hansen disease which is leprosy normally the people has other views.

In this pandemic situation your help is much appriciated and valuable to provide healthy food and medicines which will be taken to resisit their life and needs of their life.

on behalf of our staff and affected people we wish you to have all success and healthy life and achieve our goal to succed your happy life.

we have been provided food materials and medicines by having medical camp and provided needed medicines and materials and food to have and to visit regular to help them in coming months,without you support it doesent happened.

Best of luck for all and coz support.

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Persons affected by leprosy, especially those with leprosy-related disabilities, may face stigma leading to social exclusion and poor mental well-being. Social exclusion often aggravates existing poverty, social inequalities and other vulnerabilities. A substantial proportion of persons affected suffer from common mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety. Where such services are available, persons affected may be helped through socio-economic rehabilitation services, self-care or self-help groups, peer counselling and community mental health services. Often these involve meeting in groups and/or close, face-to-face contact with peers or care givers.

The key COVID-19 control measures like social distancing, self-isolation and prohibition to meet in groups directly interfere with the above services and interventions. This may directly affect the livelihood of persons affected, their ability to carry out effective prevention of disability activities and activities to work on building resilience and overcoming mental health problems. They may also increase social exclusion and loneliness, while fear of COVID-19 infection may add to anxiety and depression.

Raise awareness among health workers, social services and public authorities

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We at VETNGO thanking you for your generous donation to help Leprosy affected people and our underprivileged children..

As Corona is still spreading in Tamilnadu, we requested our Leprosy affected people  not to go out without any important work. We are still conducting awareness against corona, safety, precaution, social distancing and hygiene is the only solution for the prevention. This is a Quick spreading disease as it gets spread by Patient and touch of the positive patient. Therefore it is very important to wear mask, hygiene, Precautions, keeping social distancing and staying at home.

With your generous contribution, we have distributed Rice, dhall, cooking oil .atta, suji, condiments, soap, mask, gloves and sanitizers to 50+ leprosy affected , apart from 1000 people already issued, who are worst hit by COVID-19 lockdowns. This distribution will continue in another 5more places. This is a timely support to Leprosy affected to save them from hunger.

In this difficult situation, we are standing with our Neglected elders, children and community. Still we conduct door to door  motivation was organized by VETNGO India, in which we motivated to wear cloth-made masks, hygiene, Precautions, keeping social distancing and staying at home. Because of our awareness program, our beneficiaries are safe.

This provision play key role to stop the starvation and give confidence that there is someone to help them in critical COVID-19 crisis. 


We have to stand firmly against corona virus to protect our country & entire world from it.

Leprosy women receiving support
Leprosy women receiving support
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Dear Friends,

The affecetd patients were given awareness on Health topics.

“Severe malnutrition is both a medical and social disorder, successful management of these severely malnourished children requires that medical and social problems be recognized and corrected.” The Leprosy project has developed a strategic plan to tackle the immediate problem of malnutrition as well as a long term plan to improve food security, knowledge of good nutrition, sanitation and hygiene.

The Leprosy Project has secured initial funding to provide:

  1. immediate nutritional supplements for children with acute malnutrition
  2. a nutrition, sanitation and hygiene education program for families whose children suffer from either acute or chronic malnutrition
  3. the introduction of safe food storage methods to provide food during the dry season when food may not be sufficient
  4. the introduction of appropriate crops and small animal husbandry to provide new sources of food
  5. research to determine the need and viability of providing or improving irrigation

The goal is to ensure that the nutrition level of the children living in these villages meets the World Health Organization nutrition standard which will allow them to develop normally allowing them to break the cycle of poverty into which they were born.

In addition to the nutrition program The Project continues to

  • Promote environmental and personal hygiene through education and volunteer activities
  • Build and enhance communal facilities such as public toilets, shower rooms with solar heaters, sewage drains and concrete footpaths, etc.
  • Provide environmental stoves and flues to individual households to prevent the house from filling up with hazardous smokes, and build water networks in some villages for piping fresh water to individual household
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The funds were used for medical check-ups and supported families who have been affected. All the affected people were given health advocacy to take care of themselves and regular check-ups at a nearby hospital.

Patients were given dresses and medicines for the affected. Children were given awareness on Leprosy and oath were taken to care of leprosy and treat them well.

Family support with leprosy affected and given regular checkups and make them comfortable. Public awareness on issues of leprosy done and it was very helpful to support and we are raising more fund to support the affected people in and around our areas.

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Location: viluppuram, Tamilnadu - India
Project Leader:
bala murali
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viluppuram, Tamilnadu India
$2,426 raised of $30,000 goal
36 donations
$27,574 to go
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