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Healthcare

Leprosy is a disease that can cause serious complications, all of which require medical treatment. Through our network of hospitals, clinics, mobile clinics, and orthopaedic workshops, we offer the support that people need to lead healthy, happy lives of dignity and respect.

Through our healthcare centres we provide reconstructive surgeries, physiotherapy, assistive devices, treatment of ulcers and leprosy reaction, and counselling. Through these services we are able to address all of the medical needs that a person affected might face because of the disease.

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Our hospitals and clinics

Our hospitals and clinics provide life saving, transformative treatment and care to marginalised groups around the world.

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Self-care

We empower patients to care for their own wounds and ulcers.

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© Ruth Towell

Training and capacity building

Our teams work hard to equip the wider healthcare system to diagnose and treat leprosy wherever possible.

Healthcare projects listed

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Mobile prosthetics unit in Nigeria

Our mobile clinics take medical care to where the need is, travelling around districts where there is a need for leprosy support, but no local provision. Providing a combination of medical expertise and pastoral care, they are a vital part of TLM’s mission.