Easter 2021

Easter 2021

Every year we celebrate Easter with the people affected by Leprosy where we either cook and eat together after prayers and reflect on the death of Jesus Christ. However due to the COVID-19 and the lockdown, we were not able to do this in 2020. So, on 31st March 2021...
November 2020

November 2020

Flash Report windstorm and rainfall damages September / October 2020. There was heavy storm that blew away the houses, electricity poles and damaging the belongings of people affected by leprosy (PALs) in the Iberekodo, Abeokuta Leprosy settlement. The situation was...
September 2020

September 2020

On 12 September 2020 a massive storm hit the Iberekodo Leprosy Settlement. The storm left the site without electricity, water storage tanks blown down and a lot of damage to the roof and ceilings of the residential units. We praise God that nobody was injured, however...
April 2019 visit

April 2019 visit

We are currently supporting some of the dependants of the PALs (People Affected by Leprosy) through education, from primary to higher education. We also gave financial support on the empowerment programme for small businesses and...
Sponsored Walk

Sponsored Walk

We were able to orgainise a sponsored walk in November to raise funds and awareness.Dartmoor forest, in the South West of England, is cold and bleak. So planning a 30 mile hike at the end of autumn was a challenge.With 4 walkers and a ground crew we were able to meet...
Charity Launch 2015

Charity Launch 2015

In September 2015 The Leprosy charity was formally launched in Lagos Nigeria. The launch was a huge success – see coverage report in Nigeria dated 1st October 2015 below for details; Leprosy can be eradicated with collective efforts, says group By Tayo Oredola...
Trip to Nigeria, September 2015

Trip to Nigeria, September 2015

The trustees visited the Oji River Leprosy settlement, and met with people affected by leprosy to hear their views on life. Residents expressed appreciation for the current structural work, which repaired the roof of a derelict building. See the before and after...
June 2014 visit

June 2014 visit

The Oji River Leprosy Colony stood at a capacity of 300+ patients at the time of our visit in January 2014. However, on our most recent visit, in June 2014, we discovered that nine new patients had been admitted. Of the new leprosy sufferers two were elderly ladies...
Trip Report May 2013

Trip Report May 2013

This is not by any means the only charity that visits these precious people. In fact the work we do is a drop in the ocean and we could not do it without the public’s generous support.On behalf of all the leper sufferers and the ex-sufferers, the Leprosy...