Programs in the Field of Leprosy: 2004

Africa

Program Name Strategies for Eliminating the Stigma Associated with Leprosy
Year 2004
Organization External siteInternational Association for Integration, Dignity and Economic Advancement (US)
Explanation This project organizes workshops and develops/produces a wide range of media related to leprosy with the aim of eliminating the stigma associated with leprosy and help people affected by the diesease regain their dignity.
Fields Leprosy Elimination
Grant Size USD 203,900
Countries Reached US, Paraguay, Bolivia Mozambique
Program Name WHO Leprosy Elimination Project
Year 2004
Organization External siteWorld Health Organization (United Nations)
Explanation This project supports leprosy elimination activities in the remaining leprosy endemic countries with the aim of achieiving global elimination of the disease by 2005.
Fields Leprosy Elimination
Grant Size USD 1,514,900
Countries Reached India, Nepal, Brazil, Tanzania, Madagascar, Mozambique and other Asian and African countries

Asia

Program Name WHO Leprosy Elimination Project
Year 2004
Organization External siteWorld Health Organization (United Nations)
Explanation This project supports leprosy elimination activities in the remaining leprosy endemic countries with the aim of achieiving global elimination of the disease by 2005.
Fields Leprosy Elimination
Grant Size USD 1,514,900
Countries Reached India, Nepal, Brazil, Tanzania, Madagascar, Mozambique and other Asian and African countries

Global

Program Name Global Project on the History of Leprosy
Year 2004
Organization External siteInternational Leprosy Association (India)
Explanation This project provides support for creating a database on the medical and social history of leprosy in order to preserve this information for future generations.
Fields Leprosy Elimination
Grant Size USD 150,000
Countries Reached Global

Latin America

Program Name Strategies for Eliminating the Stigma Associated with Leprosy
Year 2004
Organization External siteInternational Association for Integration, Dignity and Economic Advancement (US)
Explanation This project organizes workshops and develops/produces a wide range of media related to leprosy with the aim of eliminating the stigma associated with leprosy and help people affected by the diesease regain their dignity.
Fields Leprosy Elimination
Grant Size USD 203,900
Countries Reached US, Paraguay, Bolivia Mozambique
Program Name Telehansen (Toll free telephone hotline for Hansen’s Disease)
Year 2004
Organization External siteMorhan (Movimento de Reintegracao das pessoas Atingidas pela Hanseniase) (Brazil)
Explanation This project provides a toll free telephone hotline for leprosy with the aim of eliminating leprosy and the stigma associated with it from Brazil.
Fields Leprosy Elimination
Grant Size USD 80,000
Countries Reached Brazil
Program Name WHO Leprosy Elimination Project
Year 2004
Organization External siteWorld Health Organization (United Nations)
Explanation This project supports leprosy elimination activities in the remaining leprosy endemic countries with the aim of achieiving global elimination of the disease by 2005.
Fields Leprosy Elimination
Grant Size USD 1,514,900
Countries Reached India, Nepal, Brazil, Tanzania, Madagascar, Mozambique and other Asian and African countries

North America

Program Name Strategies for Eliminating the Stigma Associated with Leprosy
Year 2004
Organization External siteInternational Association for Integration, Dignity and Economic Advancement (US)
Explanation This project organizes workshops and develops/produces a wide range of media related to leprosy with the aim of eliminating the stigma associated with leprosy and help people affected by the diesease regain their dignity.
Fields Leprosy Elimination
Grant Size USD 203,900
Countries Reached US, Paraguay, Bolivia Mozambique