BEING ANTI LEPROSY DAY .A SIGH OF RELIEF FOR PATIENTS.Great news for our patients because today's DT NEXT MY 30 years of hard work trying to remove the stigma attached to Leprsosy which haunts entire colony of residents. In today's DT NEXT ABOUT BALARAMAPURAM COLONY AND WHAT THEY NEED.Write up about me also feeling happy that I m able to bring this out.Thanks DT next .


BEING ANTI LEPROSY DAY .A SIGH OF RELIEF FOR PATIENTS.Great news for our patients because today's DT NEXT MY 30 years of hard work trying to remove the stigma attached to Leprsosy which haunts entire colony of residents. In today's DT NEXT ABOUT BALARAMAPURAM COLONY AND WHAT THEY NEED.Write up about me also feeling happy that I m able to bring this out.Thanks DT next .


World Leprosy Day 30-01-2019

World Leprosy Day is observed around the world on the last Sunday of January, every year. The day was initiated in 1954 by French philanthropist and writer, Raoul Follereau as a way to raise global awareness about leprosy. In India, this occasion is celebrated as 'Anti-Leprosy Day' on January 30 to coincide with the Martyrdom Day of Mahatma Gandhi who passed away on that day in 1948. Gandhi worked tirelessly to help people affected by leprosy


4-11-2018 on Balaramapuram Leprosy Rehabilitation #center, Villivakkam

Project: Sparkling #Deepavalli #with #people close #to #my #heart #alwaysfor past 30 yrs.Rotary Club Chennai Bharathi on 4/11/2018 in #Balaramapuram#Leprosy Rehabilitation #center,#Villivakkam. We from Chennai Bharathi donated 125 kgs of rice to 60 families and celebrated with many other NGO a colourful and meaningful Deepavalli by giving Dresses,crackers etc and food too. Thanks to all of young Volunteers who spent their time made this a memorable fun loving event for the community.Thanks to Donors too.


Mother Teresa Day

Mother Teresa Day Celebrated with Care and Compassion at Balaramapuram Leprosy Rehabilitation Colony on 04.09.2018