VISION : "The Attainment of Leprosy Free Status for the People of India"

The NLEP Emblem symbolizes beauty and purity in lotus: Leprosy can be cured and a leprosy patient can be a useful member of the society in the form of a partially affected thumb; a normal fore-finger and the shape of house; the symbol of hope and optimism in a rising sun. The Emblem captures the spirit of hope positive action in the eradication of Leprosy.



Memorandum of Understanding between Government of India and ILEP Members active in India from 16th August 2013 to 31st March 2017            
Review Meeting of State Leprosy Officer's of Low endemic States (Excluding North Eastern Region) at Chandigarh on 20th - 21st June 2013      
Year wise No. of New Leprosy Cases

Deputy Director General (Lep.) Directorate General of Health Services, (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare)
Govt. of India,  Room no.-550, 'A' Wing, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi – 110108 Tel.23062653/Tele Fax: 23061801