Apr2017The Leprosy Mission Trust India’s (TLMTI) Catch Them Young (CTY) project, under the leadership of its Programme Manager, Ms Nitha Philip, organised an exposure trip for students from Raipur and Durg, in Chhattisgarh, who ...
Apr2017The Leprosy Mission Trust India’s (TLMTI) hospitals, vocational training centres and community development projects observed World Health Day on April 7 with a variety of programmes, such as raising awareness on leprosy, stigma and depression in hospitals, educational institutions, and in the communities, through skits, painting competitions, street plays, leprosy ...
Apr2017The Leprosy Mission Trust India’s Vocational Training Centre (VTC), in Nashik, Maharashtra, celebrated its 37th anniversary, on March 15. On the occasion of the anniversary celebration, chief guest of the programme, Mr Bharat Kalaskar, (Deputy Regional Transport Officer, Nashik), spoke on Road Safety. The guest of honour, Mr Vikram Gupta, (Area ...
Mar2017Savitri, who is affected by leprosy, belongs to Konda village in Vizianagaram district of Andhra Pradesh. Without a proper source of income, she found it difficult to take care of her household expenses and felt hopeless in life. Last year, The Leprosy Mission Trust India’s (TLMTI) Vocational Training Centre (VTC) ...
Mar2017The Leprosy Mission Trust India’s (TLMTI) Vocational Training Centre, in Champa, Chhattisgarh, conducts short-term community-based vocational training (CBVT) courses for people affected by leprosy and people with disability. The goal of CBVT programme is to provide vocational training in typical community settings rather than in conventional school environment. One such programme is being ...
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A short documentary – Living with Dignity
A short animation video – Dispelling Myths, Eliminating Stigma
A documentary on Human Rights of People Affected by Leprosy.
I personally want to thank people who help us.
I thank The Leprosy Mission Trust India for it’s support.
Selfcare of Hands in Leprosy (English)
GOODWILL GESTURE OF KOLKATA ROTARIANS TOWARDS PEOPLE AFFECTED BY LEPROSY The Rotary Club of Kolkata organised their Annual Endowment Awards Ceremony,..
Women and girls affected by leprosy are thrice discriminated against. They are discriminated against on grounds of GENDER, DISABILITY and LEPROSY..
Know leprosy, no more leprosy. Why so many more should suffer when we can fight it together?
TRAINING IN ADVOCACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS FOR PEOPLE AFFECTED BY LEPROSY IN UTTAR PRADESH TLMTI’s CSOs for Resource Mobilisation, Empowerment,..