Videos

Our videos are ideal for showing at events, church services and group meetings. All videos are also available to order on disc. To request a video, please contact us by email giving your full name, address and telephone number and the title of the video you wish to borrow.

Ranis story

Ranis story

Rani arrived at The Leprosy Mission's Purulia Hospital with a terrible wound in her foot. Staff in the Outpatients Department cleansed and bound her wound, giving her the best chance of keeping her foot. They suspect it is leprosy

This is Michael

This is Michael

This is Michael, he is a community worker in India. He sees the segregation faced by people with leprosy including someone like Sabita who is 68 years old and has spent her entire life on the street.

Fun with Feet

Fun with Feet

You can help young people like Aboubacar by putting the fun back into feet!

Habsous story

Habsous story

Leprosy has disabled Habsou; she has lost her fingers and toes and was only able to survive by begging. Last year she also lost her sight, so she is now unable to do anything unaided - she says Leprosy took away her dignity.

World Leprosy Sunday - Africa 2018

World Leprosy Sunday - Africa 2018

A family fighting to break free from the consequences of leprosy in Niger. Please join us and set aside a Sunday from 1 January to 30 April 2018 to help break the chains of leprosy in Africa

Our wonderful Church Representatives

Our wonderful Church Representatives

Church Representatives are the vital bridge between The Leprosy Mission and thousands of churches. Three Representatives share why they are passionate about being involved in the work of The Mission

A Christmas Story

A Christmas Story

Children keep coming to our hospitals and clinics showing signs of leprosy. They need your help. We asked these children to take part in our nativity in the hope that you would listen to their stories.

Remembering Diana, Princess of Wales

Remembering Diana, Princess of Wales

Diana, Princess of Wales changed the way the world viewed people with leprosy. On the 20th anniversary of her death, we give thanks for her groundbreaking support for The Leprosy Mission's work (including footage of one of her visits to India).

Rajs story

Rajs story

When you donate to fund the training of a Leprosy Champion, you're helping people like Raj be an advocate in their communities. After Raj suffered stigma and discrimination, he was determined to help others in the same situation. Watch him tell his story.

Help people like Sabita

Help people like Sabita

Sabita lives at the side of a road in Mumbai, India. Severely disabled by leprosy, this is her story. Find out how you can help people like her. Narrated by Philippa Hanna.

Sursatis story

Sursatis story

Sursati is affected by leprosy, but her sons are also suffering the effects of the stigma that surrounds the disease. Sursati is determined that her children should make a different life for themselves, but attitudes must change.

Jaseems story

Jaseems story

When Jaseem got leprosy, his life changed forever. He's experienced stigma and rejection from friends and neighbours, sadly a common occurrence in India, where a lot of fear surrounds the disease and discrimination is still rife.

More to Me Than Leprosy

More to Me Than Leprosy

The stigma associated with leprosy in India continues to isolate people affected by the disease. Yet young people affected by leprosy still have hopes and dreams just like everyone else.

Transform Purulia Hospital

Transform Purulia Hospital

Purulia Hospital needs your help. In 2017, will you partner with us to transform its facilities with a new outpatients' department?

Volunteer speakers visit Nepal

Volunteer speakers visit Nepal

In November 2015, a group of our volunteer speakers visited Nepal in order to gain first-hand experience of The Leprosy Mission's work. Filmed at Anandaban Hospital, some of the volunteers talk about their time there.

Help rebuild homes and lives in Nepal

Help rebuild homes and lives in Nepal

In April 2015, a devastating earthquake destroyed homes and lives in Nepal. Khrishna's home is gone and he has been left a widower. Now he and people like him need your help. Join us in rebuilding Nepal in 2016.

Dipaks story

Dipaks story

Dipak, from Nepal, has been undergoing treatment at Anandaban Hospital on a clawed hand resulting from leprosy.

Every two minutes

Every two minutes

Many people think of it as a disease of the past, but in fact every two minutes, someone is diagnosed with leprosy. Meet Arshad and learn about his story.