Together, through our Triple Zero campaign, we are stopping transmission, preventing disabilities and promoting inclusion of people affected by leprosy.

Stopping leprosy transmission

Zero transmission

Preventing girls and boys from being disabled by leprosy

Zero disabilities

Abolishing discriminatory leprosy laws and practices

Zero discrimination

Global view: Working worldwide to end leprosy

Leprosy still affects hundreds of thousands of people in more than 100 countries worldwide. In 2015, 94 countries detected new cases of the disease.

Dive into our interactive map to find out more about which projects ILEP members are working on, where, and why.

Latest News, Events & Tweets

News

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Events

  • NNN Annual Conference

    28 September 2017 - 30 September 2017 | Dakar, Senegal

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  • World Mental Health Day

    10 October 2017 - 10 October 2017 | global

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  • ILEP meetings October 2017

    16 October 2017 - 20 October 2017 | Würzburg

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  • World Leprosy Day 2018

    28 January 2018 - 28 January 2018 | global

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  • ILEP meetings March 2018

    19 March 2018 - 20 March 2018 | Colchester

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Why we are needed

Our Triple Zero campaign is needed as leprosy is still being transmitted and stigma persists. To understand the difference we are making, and target our efforts most effectively, we collect and measure data every year.

  • 2 minutes

    Every two minutes someone is diagnosed with leprosy

  • 19,000

    19,000 girls and boys were diagnosed with leprosy in 2015

  • 50 laws

    At least 50 laws are in place worldwide that discriminate against people affected by leprosy