Your generous donation is tax deductible: New SARS number for tax returns 2016: 130001044   Replaces previous number: 18/11/13/1044

Bank Account Details:

Leprosy Mission NEW PBO number: Please use this NEW number on SARS tax returns for 2016: 130001044

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Account Name: Leprosy Missionsnapscan-code

Bank: First National Bank

Swift Code: FIRNZAJJ

Branch: Balfour Park, Johannesburg, South Africa

Branch code number: 212217

Account number: 51471056974

Account Type: Current

Team Leprosy Mission

Phone 011 440 6323
International dialing code & prefix: 27 (11)
Fax 011 440 6324
Email: peter@tlm.co.za
P O Box 46002 Orange Grove 2119 South Africa
Physical address 81 Seventh Avenue Highlands North 2192   Learn More [/column] [/columnContainer] [/featuredPanel]

Leprosy Symptoms

Leprosy mainly affects the skin and nerves. Early signs and symptoms of leprosy include: the enlargement of peripheral nerves near joints such as the elbow, sometimes accompanied by poor sensation and muscle weakness; and diminished sensitivity to cotton wool touch in a patch on the skin.

Leprosy can be cured

Leprosy can be cured with Multi-Drug therapy. Multi-Drug Therapy is supplied free of charge by the Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development through the World Health Organisation.

Leprosy Mission

Founded in 1874, the Leprosy Mission works to defeat leprosy and transform lives in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

ASK 2017 prayer guide

The free prayer guide for 2017 is available now. Phone 011 440 6323 or email thembi@tlm.co.za 
 

 

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Celebrating the role of people with disabilities in the church

Posted Thursday, December 5, 2013 by JessicaLimardo

RampUp celebrates the role of people with disabilities in the church. RampUp • Dispels myths about disability • Provides a Biblical view of disability • Promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities in work, witness and leadership • Provides tools to improve the accessibility of churches • and much more RampUp is a joint project of Leprosy Mission and disAbility ConneXion.

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Celebrating the role of people with disabilities in the church

 

Leprosy in Southern Africa and throughout the world

Explore the world of the Leprosy Mission “The Leprosy Mission’s global network embraces 50 countries Learn more