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The Great Success!

That’s what the people in two leper villages named the result of our society’s biggest project to date - A project that resulted in a truly life changing event that lifted the lives of over a thousand people in these two villages. The name of the project is proudly displayed on our water tower. Our story of success began three long years ago when Dr Mai Khanh, our society’s resident doctor, approached the members of the board of Damien the Leper Society with the idea of a large scale clean water project.
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Holistic approach

Following the development of the Multi-Drug Therapy (MDT) in 1981 that can effectively cure leprosy, there was widespread optimism for the elimination of leprosy. Yet many years have passed and leprosy is still with us. Why?
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Economic Hardship

Recent slow down in the economy of the world has resulted in loss of funding for many organizations. Our society really needs your help to continue with our good work. If you can help us, please donate.

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Silent heroes

Our Silent Heroes

Our outstanding successes in helping the lepers in remote regions of the world would not have been possible without the work of our silent heroes. Week after week the volunteers of Damien The Leper Society get together at our society's headquarters and perform various duties. The most important and labor intensive task of all is the preparation of mail-outs to reach our donors.
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Custom Shoes


Leprosy caused multiple sores at the extremities that can end in deformities of the feet if the wounds are not properly cared for. With the lack of sensation caused by leprosy, the lepers can aggravate the wounds and enable secondary infections to ravage their bodies, leading to further deformities. Protecting the feet is of high importance; the lepers desperately need shoes
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