LEPRA India Contact Details

August 1, 2019 | Author: | Posted in NGOs

LEPRALEPRA India is a non-governmental organisation that promotes quality health care, initiates and fosters new developments and implementation. Established in 1989, LEPRA India is an independent not-for-profit NGO, with no religious, ideological or political affiliation.The Society aims to support the National Health Programmes in the prevention and control of diseases such as Leprosy, Tuberculosis, Malaria, Lymphatic filariasis, HIV/AIDS and Blindness.

LEPRA India Official Website : http://leprasociety.org/

LEPRA India Contact Number :
Phone Number : 091-040- 44586060 / 27802139 / 27807314

LEPRA India Contact Details :
Post Box No: 1518; Plot No. 17,
Krishnapuri Colony,
West Marredpally,
Andhra Pradesh,
Pin: 500 026
Ph: 091-040- 44586060 / 27802139 / 27807314
Fax: 091-040-27801391
E-mail: info@leprahealthinaction.in

The Society focuses health improvement activities in the community that are marginalised or poor, especially women and children, young people, slum populations and migrants affected by the above mentioned diseases and tries to bring about positive changes in their life-style. The work in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand states targets a population of nearly 12 million people.

Blue Peter Public Health & Research Centre (BPHRC)
LEPRA Society – BPHRC,
Near TEC Building,
Hyderabad – 501 301
Andhra Pradesh
Tel.No. 040 – 27264547 / 27261261

LEPRA Society,
Regional Office
Plot No: N-1/89
IRC Village, Nayapalli
Bhubaneswar- 751 015
Tel No.: 0674 – 2551764 / 2550180 / 2552023 / 2552025 / 2551850
Fax: 0674 – 2551767

LEPRA Society – Bihar
House No.:1, Road No.:1,
New Patliputra Colony, Patna
Bihar – 800013
Tel.No. 0612 –2276733 / 6456188

Originally posted 2013-10-21 13:26:52.


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