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Bangladesh is one of the poorest and most densely populated countries in the world and leprosy is still a major health problem.

The Leprosy Mission New Zealand has a long and strong partnership in the Chittagong Region which has one of the highest prevalence rates of leprosy in the country. 

Many leprosy-affected people live in extreme poverty and face stigma and discrimination in their daily lives. Through the following projects, we help give leprosy-affected families a brighter future.


  • Chittagong People-led Development Project

    Chittagong People-led Development Project

    The Chittagong People-led Development Project aims to improve the quality of the life of people affected by leprosy, through social and economic development facilitated through self-help groups.
  • Sanku’s Story – darkness in to light

    Sanku’s Story – darkness in to light

    In 2016, Sanku started to notice nodules and patches, and his life began to fall apart... Thankfully with the help of the Leprosy Mission, Sanku can carve out a new future for his family.
  • Jaber Ali - from leprosy to carpentry

    Jaber Ali Story

    Twenty-eight-year-old Jaber Ali has gone from being shunned to a new life as a carpenter and leader - and the road to his new career came thanks to the Leprosy Mission‘s self-help groups.