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Title: Order of Charity Newsletter : December 2018
Authors: The Raoul Follereau Foundation (Malta). The Order of Charity
Keywords: Lazarus, of Bethany, Saint
Leprosy -- Social aspects -- India
Leprosy -- India
Pfau, Ruth, 1929-2017 -- Death and burial
Leprosy -- Pakistan
Leprosy in children -- California -- Los Angeles
Leprosy -- Epidemiology
All India Institute of Medical Science -- Activities
Issue Date: 2018-12
Publisher: The Raoul Follereau Foundation (Malta)
Citation: Savona-Ventura,C. (Ed.) (2018). Order of Charity Newsletter (December, 2018)
Abstract: The editorial focuses on St. Lazarus of Bethany, who is the patron saint of the order and whose feast is celebrated on December 17. This issue of the Order of Charity Newsletter focuses on social stigma suffered by leprosy patients - especially in India. In some parts of India, leprosy can also be used as grounds for divorce. This Newsletter also describes the funeral of Ruth Pfau, a German nun who championed care for lepers in Pakistan. A case of leprosy in an elementary school in Los Angeles is also discussed.
Description: Contents : Editorial / H.E. Chev. Charles Savona-Ventura - Centre to remove leprosy as grounds for divorce - India will be free of leprosy, Kala-Azar by 2019 : Health Minister Nadda - R Madhavan Appeals for 'Dignity' of Leprosy Victims - State Funeral for Pakistan's 'Mother Teresa', Ruth Pfau - Elementary School Student in Southern California Tests Positive for Leprosy - AIIMS Patna launches free surgery service for leprosy patients - Need to shed stigma attached to leprosy - Kif tista int tghin ix-xoghol tal-Ordni tal-Karitá
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar//handle/123456789/38500
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