Funded project

Fighting against leprosy in Africa


55% of the inhabitants of Benin have difficulties accessing health care and other basic services.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    • Zacaris clients 1.540€
  • Direct beneficiaries 80

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 300

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.



  • Materials 1.660€
  • Total 1.660€


Benin is a West African country with more than 10 million inhabitants, in which 55% of the population lives in rural areas with little access to basic services such as health, water and sanitation, energy, etc. The NGO Anesvad collaborates with the Saint Camille Health Center in Benin, fighting against leprosy.

Leprosy is a disfiguring and debilitating chronic infectious disease. If left untreated, it can cause progressive and permanent skin, nerve, limb and eye injuries, leading to disability. If it is treated in the early stages, these consequences can be avoided.

In addition, leprosy produces a social rejection that is sometimes harder than physical disability. But most importantly, leprosy is curable with a multidrug therapy. At the Saint Camille Health Center people are treated and cured of leprosy.


  • Provision of sanitary material (bandages, gloves, disinfection material, etc.) for curing leprosy.

Who will benefit?

With your help, 80 kits of sanitary material will be provided for people affected by leprosy, with special attention to children.

Project objectives

Give access to health care services to the population that arrives at the Saint Camille Health Center, treating and curing the cases of leprosy in the Center.


Anesvad cumpre integralmente os 9 Princípios de Transparência e Boas Práticas analisados pela Lealtad Foundation

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