The Nepal Leprosy Fellowship (NLF) is a non-government organisation founded by Eileen Lodge in 1996 and now run by a Nepali team. NLF operates in the eastern tip of Nepal, supporting people affected by leprosy and disability to develop themselves physically, socially, mentally, financially and spiritually. NLF’s activities include community empowerment, awareness raising about the rights of people with disabilities, education, skill development and micro-enterprise activities. The Leprosy Mission Australia works with NLF in two ways By partnering to create...Learn more
Fresh Water Pearl Necklace
An elegant pearl matinee necklace made from Nepal fresh water pearls.
Handmade by artisans affected by leprosy and disabilities at Nepal Leprosy Fellowship.
- Pearls Size: 1.1cm Length: 53cm
- Exclusive to The Leprosy Mission
Supporting and purchasing handmade products created by artisans living in poverty, provides them with positive livelihoods. Fair trade products actively support Fair Trade and Anti-Slavery initiatives. Standing up for people in need for the present and future. (11924)