Summary
LEPRA Society
 
Health
Medical services
Estd: 1989
Used for Beneficiaries: 82%
Address : Plot No. 17, Krishnapuri Colony, West Marredpally, Secunderabad 500026. Telangana
Email : info@leprahealthinaction.in
Web-site : www.leprasociety.org
Telephone : +91 40 44586060; +91 40 27807314
Donor Contact : Mr. Robin Michael / 9849534635 / robin@leprahealthinaction.in
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201320142015
Income From
Government Sources23,199,05936,318,98227,056,601
Institutional Sources10,654,48520,898,65324,987,577
Foreign Sources137,716,304136,641,321145,663,862
Donations3,315,3933,236,2913,588,061
Sales/Fees20,826,82318,904,22022,636,731
Interest/Dividend1,957,0792,792,7312,583,746
Other Income1,529,592602,336723,656
Total Income (A)199,198,735219,394,534227,240,234
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities116,943,967132,218,782130,829,275
Programme Staff Cost41,736,74043,738,53449,871,618
Travel Expenses6,947,1798,326,6617,265,424
Direct Programme Expenses165,627,886184,283,977187,966,317
Fund Raising Expenses684,645907,9911,348,378
General Staff Cost10,307,22411,733,11014,188,897
Overhead Expenses10,801,66716,419,35316,063,515
Depreciation8,087,7198,313,8768,631,608
Other Expenses/Transfer01,333,566495,624
Total Expenditure (B)195,509,141222,991,873228,694,339
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)3,689,594-3,597,339-1,454,105
Balance Sheet201320142015
Assets
Fixed Assets52,818,66250,758,63654,172,676
Current Assets (excl. Cash)8,980,5739,821,45910,554,518
Cash/Bank 23,495,56223,982,02518,325,589
Investments11,498,43611,683,45613,173,952
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets96,793,23396,245,57696,226,735
Liabilities
Corpus / Share Capital000
General Funds91,908,65490,109,95989,974,337
Earmarked Funds2,295,3872,322,1682,322,168
Loans000
Current Liabilities2,589,1923,813,4493,930,230
Total Liabilities96,793,23396,245,57696,226,735
Other Details201320142015
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Number of Staff349310326
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)1,824,0002,640,0002,640,000
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)60,00072,00060,000
Regd. under : The A. P. Societies Registration Act, 2001
Auditor : Mehra Goel & Co.
Bankers :
IDBI Bank Kotak Mahindra Bank
HDFC Bank State Bank of India
Axis Bank Andhra Bank
Canara Bank Oriental Bank of Commerce
Syndicate Bank

Donor tax benefits : 35AC 100%, 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Lt Gen Dr. V. D. Tiwari, Chairman Dr. V. Rukmini Rao, Vice Chairman
Dr. Ramani Atkuri, Member Prof. Radha Mohan, Member
Dr. Dinkar D. Palande, Member Mr. S. Ramanathan, Member
Dr. Urmila Pingle, Member Dr. Y.B. Jayanth Kumar, Member
Ms. P.K. Jayashree, Member Lt. Gen. (Dr.) M.A. Tutakne, Member
Dr. P. Suranjeen Prasad, Member Mr. Ashim Chowla, Secretary and Treasurer

Source : Audit Report 2015

Financial Note : 1) Around 40-50% of LEPRA Society's Total Income is from LEPRA, UK. 2) Sales/Fees mainly include Collections from Lepra Mahanadi Eye Hospital, Reimbursement for Surgeries, and Income from Footware. 3) Direct Program Activities mainly include Medical Program expenses, Grants given for projects aided, and all expenses (excluding staff cost and travel cost) relating to the Blue Peter Research Centre. 4) Public Relations Expenses shown under Fund Raising Expenses. 5) Social and Economic Rehabilitation Revolving Fund shown under Earmarked Funds. 6) Donations to LEPRA Society are exempt under Sec 35(i)(ii) (i.e. 175%) of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

NGO Profile :
LEPRA Society (LEPRA) works to restore health, hope and dignity for people affected by leprosy and other diseases linked to poverty, discrimination and disability. With its primary focus on leprosy, LEPRA has also initiated interventions in tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, Lymphatic Filariasis (LF), malaria, blindness and other health conditions exacerbated by stigma and social discrimination. Their vision is to ensure equitable access to health, and improved well-being of the marginalized communities. LEPRA Society works in nine states in India, directly reaching over two million people.

The Blue Peter Public Health and Research Centre is LEPRA’s Research Wing which undertakes clinical, laboratory and public health research and outreach work across Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

Areas of work include:

  • Leprosy: LEPRA’s forte is its service delivery – right from early identification, diagnosis, treatment, to cure. It has pioneered the concept of the Referral Centre which offers specialised services for people with leprosy. With a range of holistic services from actual treatment which includes medication, aids and appliances,  prevention of disabilities, surgery, physiotherapy, micro-cellular rubber footwear supply, and even counselling, these Centres are one-stop places. Besides the Disability Prevention and Medical Rehabilitation (DPMR) program which is being implemented through 26 Referral Centres, LEPRA is actively involved in advocacy efforts.
  • Tuberculosis: LEPRA plays a significant role in advocacy, communication and social mobilization, besides diagnosis, capacity building, and implementation of 14 Designated Microscopy Centres. LEPRA implements Axshya India Phase II TB project supported by the Global Fund, along with 16 partner NGOs in Madhya Pradesh and Odisha.  
  • HIV/AIDS: The aim is to prevent, control, treat, care and support people affected with HIV, with focus being on high-risk population through targeted interventions including Injecting Drug Users projects and Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission.
  • Malaria: The project’s aim is to reduce mortality and morbidity due to malaria and diarrhoea. Its activities include health camps, distribution of impregnated bed-nets, sensitisation, and training of stakeholders.
  • Eye Care: LEPRA Mahanadi Eye Hospital, established in partnership with Sight Savers International, currently covers over two million people and provides eye-care, particularly to treat persons affected with leprosy.
  • Lymphatic Filariasis: LEPRA addresses issues of people affected by LF through home-based and community-based approaches. The self-care approach propagated by LEPRA has been successful in morbidity management.


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