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Tribal Children of Salur India

Tribal children in Salur face a life of povery and social exclusion Your support changes and saves lives


Leprosy doesn’t just affect people’s health. People with leprosy face stigma, discrimination and social exclusion.

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The Philadelphia Community Hospital in Salur, India, aims to alleviate suffering of leprosy affected people by providing sustainable and better health care in the area.
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Read Mudhili Gadaba People

Mudhili Gadaba is a native tribe found in Andhra Pradesh, close to the Orissa border. The people that face a daily struggle with proverty and lack of access to healthcare and education.
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Why do deformities occur in Leprosy Patients?

Majority of the people in the western world still believe that Leprosy actually eats away the flesh and the bones, thus causing the deformities like loss of fingers and toes. But this not true. Leprosy is a mildly infectious disease associated with poverty whiich is easily cured.

Wednesday December 31, 2014
The People of Panukuvalasa

Manchala Paramma,

Manchala Paramma hailed from Panukuvalasa Village and became the nation pride as she got best female tribal Agriculturist for the year 2013. The award was given by the President of Indi

Sunday December 28, 2014

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