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Leprosy Mission staff go the extra mile to build a Hub of Hope in Mozambique

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A team of Leprosy Mission staff have collectively walked, run and cycled more than 1,000 miles in a month to help end leprosy in Mozambique.

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Thanks to UK Aid there is real hope of ending leprosy in Mozambique

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We are celebrating The Unconditional Appeal, the most successful campaign in our 147-year history.

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Children like Rani are cured of leprosy, but stigma holds them back

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Children everywhere have dreams for their future, but for those affected by leprosy, the stigma it carries threatens to steal those dreams.

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Lockdown inspires 90-year-old’s first published novel

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A 90-year-old Leprosy Mission supporter has used lockdown as her inspiration for her first novel, published on her landmark birthday.

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‘We need Princess Diana’s legacy of kindness and acceptance more than ever before’

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The legacy of Princess Diana, a woman known for challenging prejudice, is something to aspire to in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Man cured of leprosy calls for an end to the ‘L word’, including ‘from the pulpit and in political soundbites’

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A man cured of leprosy has called time on the ‘L word’ including ‘from the pulpit and in political soundbites’.

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