Janv Berkel director of @NLR No Leprosy and president of the LEP Anti Leprosy addressing the 20th #ILC2019PH in Manilla, 2019. Jan tells his moving story of Ajay who is not allowed to play football with the other kids when they find out he has leprosy.
Assessment Camp was organised for persons with disabilities at Jeevan Deep kusht Ashram, R.K Puram in collaboration with Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya National Institute of persons with physical disabilities, ITO, New Delhi, and stationery support provided by CIP Centre for India Progressing (CIP), Noida. Purpose of the camp was to provide
NLR Delhi team with Unite English Medium School for creating awareness about leprosy on World Leprosy Day 2020. NLR India is in the spirit of creating students as ‘The change agents’ for the society for sensitive issues like leprosy.
Women from SHG of NLR India supported leprosy colonies were felicitated by our Country Director and staff members with a Certificate of Motivation on the occasion of International Women’s Day, for their hard work in nurturing their family and being an inspiration for other women in the community, at NLR
An annual staff meeting was organized at Hotel Aarogyadham, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand from 20th to 23rd December 2022. The objective of the meeting was to review and chart the future course of the programme activities of NLR India Foundation. During the three days of annual meet, teams across state and district
21 st International Leprosy Congress (ILC) was organized at Hyderabad from 9 th to 11 th November. A total of 13 papers (ten oral and three e-posters) were presented by staff of NLR India Foundation during the Congress. In addition, NLR staff delivered lead talk on ‘addressing mental health issues