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The Leprosy Mission Nepal

Help find, cure and heal people with Leprosy in Nepal

About TLMN Nepal

The Leprosy Mission (TLM) is a UK based international non-government organization active in 34 countries; started its work in Nepal from 1957 with establishment of Anandaban Hospital in Lele, the sourthern part of Lalitpur. However, from 2005 TLM Nepal has been working as independent NGO in partnership with TLM international and the Government of Nepal to provide specialist tertiary care and technical support for leprosy control programs. It also undertakes internationally recognized research into leprosy and implements disability inclusive community development programs through its own activities and strategic partnership.

Being one of the largest NGOs in the country working in the field of leprosy, TLM Nepal mainly focuses in working with and for people affected by leprosy. Its development interventions focuses in the areas of health, capacity building, education, sustainable livelihoods, community development, advocacy and research working towards equity and inclusion of people affected by leprosy and disability in the development process.

Anandaban Hospital


Leprosy Defeated, Lives Transformed.


Following Jesus Christ, The Leprosy Mission strives to break the chains of Leprosy.

Executive Board Members

Mr.Ashok Adhikari


Mr.Lok Thapa

Executive Member

Mrs.Draupadi Rokaya

Vice Chairperson

Mr.Indra Bahadur Basnet

Executive Member

Mr.Khim Kandel


Mr.Laxmi Lal Thapa

Executive Member

Mr.Krishna Panta


Mrs.Gyanu Sodemba

Executive Member

Country Director 

Mr.Shovakhar Kandel

Country Director