This project addresses important gaps in health by improving the access to medicine, so that the local population are better prepared to react to disease outbreaks, such as the Zika virus or Dengue fever. The service helps to educate the community on infectious disease and preventative measures. It operates in the regions of La Guajira […]
The hospital provides medical support to both outpatients and inpatients, suffering from leprosy and malaria, as well as dermatological, cardiac and gynecological diseases. There are over 750 lepers being treated at this hospital. The grant will help to restore the old water pumps and motors, improving the quality and amount of water arriving at the […]
Malta House of Care, in Hartford, Connecticut provides free health care (examinations, blood tests and radiology, medicines and ongoing care) to adults with multiple chronic diseases and limited incomes who lack health insurance. The grant will enable the diagnosis and stabilisation of the patients’ health conditions at the earliest detection, treatment of chronic diseases, provision […]
This grant was used to acquire and deliver protective equipment to the Liberian rescue crews. The crews helped deliver support to hundreds of vulnerable people affected by Ebola. Responsible Organisation: French Association
This grant supported those who assist people with neglected diseases, through the training of medical staff, and assistance for those who struggle with leprosy and other neglected skin diseases. Responsible Organisation: French Association
This grant was awarded to renew equipment, procure medicines and medical appliances, and contribute towards the hospital running costs, improving the medical care and supporting in the training of new medical personnel. The funding enhances the support offered by the hospital to both outpatients and inpatients, predominantly those affected by leprosy and malaria. Responsible Organisation: Egyptian […]
Leprosy can be cured easily if detected early. Run by CIOMAL, this large scale programme provides a wide range of services and support for leprosy sufferers.
The Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Treatment (HAART) programme comprises of counselling, HIV testing, treatment, support groups and income generation support.
There is still the presence of leprosy in Niger, and it is imperative to continue the care of people who have already been treated but are still suffering the consequences of this debilitating disease.
Since 2002 Malteser International has enabled thousands of people in South Sudan to tackle leprosy and sleeping sickness by providing clinics for suffering patients, as well as raising awareness about prevention for both neglected diseases.