American Leprosy Missions Videos

Cure | Care | End

American Leprosy Missions works to cure leprosy where we find it, care for those damaged by the disease and—thanks to an exciting medical breakthrough—actually end it in our time.

With your help, that time is now. Donate now to cure, care and end leprosy.


American Leprosy Missions in the Congo

Leprosy is embedded in the lives of people who live deep in the isolated rainforests of the Republic of the Congo. When we found Fidel, he was suffering from the most serious form of leprosy. People looked down on him, and he was called names, rebuked, and ostracized from his community. But he accepted our invitation to take a long journey to our partner, Pioneer Christian Hospital, the only medical facility in the region. And he received healing and hope.


Ramnandan Mahahra

Ramnandan lived a happy life surrounded by family and friends, until one day he received the heartbreaking diagnosis of leprosy. He lost all hope and believed it would be better to die than live with the shame and stigma associated with the devastating disease. But your support gave him a second chance at life.


Bintu Idrissu

Bintu was just 14 years old when she developed painful sores on her legs, and discovered she had the devastating disease of Buruli ulcer. She was taunted and rejected, and forced to drop out of school. But your generous support gave her the cure and care, and restored her life to hope.


Sarah Atanga

Sarah is a young mom in Ghana who has suffered terribly from the flesh-eating disease Buruli ulcer. But thanks to you, she’s received treatment, a skin graft and a micro-credit loan to help her set up a shop and provide for her family. Let her tell you her story.


Soyeb Khan

When Soyeb Khan was diagnosed with leprosy, he refused to believe it. This terrible disease stole his livelihood, dignity and desire to live. But your compassionate support transformed his life.


A Blessing for Sarita

Sarita was just ten years old when she got leprosy. It changed her life forever. But you helped her find healing, respect and Jesus’ love.


Mangal’s Story

Mangal’s name means “pure”, but when she was diagnosed with leprosy, her name became a joke. Family, friends, and neighbors all said that she must have sinned to bring this calamity upon herself. Watch to find out how your support transformed her life.


Asha’s Story

Leprosy is an old story. But it’s one where a new page is being written every two minutes. It’s a story that still has the power to destroy lives and ravage communities. It’s Asha’s story. Meet Asha and find out how you are helping people with leprosy transform entire villages.

American Leprosy Missions – Transforming Lives

American Leprosy Missions works to cure leprosy where we find it, care for those damaged by the disease and—thanks to an exciting medical breakthrough—actually end it in our time.