A total of 23,234 cases were provided services through the supported hospitals.
On the occassion of the 68th Independence Day, we put up a GRETNALTES Health Stall in Guntur.
Pamphlets providing comprehensive understanding of health education and our co-operation with the involvement of public and government were distributed.
The staff of GRETNALTES demonstrated the Tab of CDLCP to the visitors and were appreciated for the activities and service rendered by the N.G.O.
On the occassion of the 68th Independence Day, We exhibited posters which showed how to care for the eyes, hands and foot in leprosy affected people.
Sri Prathipati Pulla Rao, the state Agricultural Minister and Sri Kanthilal Dande, the Collector of Guntur District were among the visitors to the stall.
"Our vision is a world in which no one suffers any longer from leprosy and other poverty-related diseases or experiences discrimination because of disease or handicap."Read More
Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India (SEI)
HealthFirst India is a fundraising unit of Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India. Our work entails advocacy and resource mobilization. We raise funds to support project partners like developmental organizations, medical institutions and community groups which work for leprosy, TB and other poverty related diseases. The services revolve around social and medical rehabilitation of the people affected with Leprosy and Tuberculosis.More details
Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India is a proud member of GoodBye Leprosy Trust. The Goodbye Leprosy Trust (GBLT) was founded on August 2013, by five organizations that have Leprosy control work as their core area of work. The trust was formed with an intention to mobilize financial resources locally in India to eradicate Leprosy. The GBLT members collaborate with the Government of India (GoI) and itís respective state societies.More details
The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted.
Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India started its work in India in 1960 and initially worked to eliminate leprosy as a public health problem. For over 50 years, SEI has dedicated itself to improving the lives of people affected by leprosy, tuberculosis and other poverty related diseases through social and medical rehabilitation. The Organisation is based in Gurgaon, Haryana. The trust was established with the aim of providing neglected people with access to healthcare in line with the Emmaus motto "Serve those most in need". The foundationís organs are the foundation board and the board of control. Finance for the foundation and its projects is raised through donations and bequests.More details
Prevention of Impairement and Disability (POID) project is implemented in E. Godavari and Guntur districts. We are pleased to share the following activities done in the project.
I'm pleased to share with you that Swiss Emmaus India was able to pilot an innovative project namely, Prevention of Impairment and Disability(POID).
Your generous donations to HealthFirst India (an initiative of Swiss Emmaus Leprosy relief Work India) has made a difference to the lives of many children.
The project provides POID services to approximately 6,500 affected persons in two high prevalent districts (East Godavari & Guntur) of Andhra Pradesh.
For over 50 years, Swiss Emmaus India has dedicated itself to improving the lives of people affected by leprosy, tuberculosis
and other poverty related diseases through social and medical rehabilitation.
Donors are informed five times annually about the work of Swiss Emmaus India. Donations should be sent to:
Swiss Emmaus Leprosy Relief Work India,
First Floor, J-17, South City-I, Gurgaon, India-122001.
Telephone: 0124-2581224, 2384224More details