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Zaina

Will you bring hope to someone like Zaina?

In Mozambique, hope is hard to come by. Communities are living with poverty, disease, and starvation. Deadly cyclones have killed thousands. Imagine facing extreme conditions like this and then discovering you had leprosy? 

This spring, you have an amazing opportunity to restore hope in Mozambique. A gift from you today will help build a hub of hope where people can be trained as Leprosy Changemakers who will lead the fight against the disease. People like Zaina. 

Zaina was a young mother when she first noticed patches on her skin - the tell-tale first sign of leprosy. Her neighbours were afraid of the disease and banished her from the village, telling her to go and live in the bush. But a single act of kindness from a stranger turned Zaina’s life around. She was taken to see a health worker and cured of leprosy. After receiving training at her local hub, she’s now determined to do the same for others. 

Show your unconditional love to people like Zaina with a gift that will help equip them to transform their communities. From this moment on, your support can help give people the chance to determine their own future, free from the stigma of leprosy. That’s unconditional.

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£24Your gift of £24 will get the cure for leprosy to someone like Zaina. 

£70A gift of £70 will will train a community volunteer to diagnose leprosy and teach self-care techniques that will prevent people affected by the disease from developing life-long disabilities. 

£322A gift of £322 will fund a community health camp at a hub. Health workers and volunteers will find and treat new cases of leprosy as well as teaching the communitry around the disease and other health issues.