Netherlands Leprosy Relief Foundation (NLR Foundation)
Estd: 1993
Used for Beneficiaries: 76%
Address : Flat No. 001, Yamuna Tower, Y-6, Sector-Docket- 6, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110070. Delhi
Email :
Web-site :
Telephone : +91 11 26898318; +91 11 26898325
Donor Contact : Dr. Manglani / +918587015212 /
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201420152016
Income From
Government Sources000
Institutional Sources000
Foreign Sources14,223,61213,367,63118,293,274
Other Income335,000303,70036,575
Total Income (A)15,079,76714,864,69119,809,942
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities10,412,5769,490,9808,540,956
Programme Staff Cost921,0471,272,3435,559,763
Travel Expenses000
Direct Programme Expenses11,333,62310,763,32314,100,719
Fund Raising Expenses1,066,1931,248,433978,596
General Staff Cost1,210,5651,316,1951,749,572
Overhead Expenses883,6331,800,9311,625,898
Other Expenses/Transfer000
Total Expenditure (B)14,494,01315,128,88218,454,785
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)585,754-264,1911,355,157
Balance Sheet201420152016
Fixed Assets000
Current Assets (excl. Cash)812,3201,082,0871,170,095
Cash/Bank 1,739,0041,205,0462,400,895
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets2,551,3232,287,1333,642,290
Corpus / Share Capital000
General Funds2,551,3232,287,1333,642,290
Earmarked Funds000
Current Liabilities000
Total Liabilities2,551,3232,287,1333,642,290
Other Details201420152016
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)9,0119,856N.A.
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)12,90913,717N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Actual1,3971,343N.A.
Number of Staff1617N.A.
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)943,8001,038,180N.A.
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)137,940147,600N.A.
Regd. under : Sub-Registrar at Delhi
Auditor : Chandel & Associates
Bankers : Indian Overseas Bank

Donor tax benefits : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Dr. Mohamed Aleem Arif, Trustee
Dr. Satish Chandra Pandey, Trustee
Ms. Pooja Grover, Trustee
Dr. Hemant Kumar Kar, Trustee
Dr. Jung Bahadur Singh, Trustee
Mr. Hulgappa, Trustee

Source : Audit Report 2016

Financial Note : 1) In FY14, Rs30.2 lakhs has been received from International Federation of Anti-Leprosy Associations (ILEP). 2) In FY15, increase in Donations is due to increase in support for Education and NGL Scheme Fund. 3) In FY14 & FY15, Other Income includes receipts from sale of old vehicle and a printer. 4) In FY14 & FY15, the NGO has provided overall amounts spent on various projects, but not a detailed breakdown. 5) Significant decline in the Programme Staff Costs in FY14 is due to decrease in salaries to Medical staff. 6) In FY15, the NGO has not provided schedules to the Balance Sheet that form a part of the Financial Statements.

NGO Profile :
Netherlands Leprosy Relief Foundation (NLR Foundation) has been supporting the countrys leprosy eradication program since 1993. The objective is to strengthen and improve the quality of leprosy services and life of people afflicted by leprosy.

Their interventions include:

  • Self-Care: Persons with Disabilities due to leprosy, though treated with adequate Multi-Drug Therapy and cured medically, are not only prone to develop secondary impairments but there is also a risk of subsequent worsening of their disabilities over time, thus affecting their quality of life. These persons suffering from primary stage disabilities (anaesthetic hands and feet) can be prevented from entering the secondary stage (contractures of fingers, ulcers, etc.) by adopting simple self-care practices. NLR encourages formation of Self-Care Groups in Leprosy colonies and provides training in self-care practices to these persons in order to prevent secondary impairments and disabilities.
  • Educational Support: NLR strives to address the needs of Persons Affected by Leprosy (PALs) and their dependants, especially children, so that they get quality education and lead a normal dignified life without facing any discrimination. NLR also takes care of school dropouts and grownups to make them self-reliant. Education support is provided in the form of school fees, books, stationery, school bags, and uniforms. Tutors provide coaching to needy students and ensure that students attend school regularly.
  • Health: PALs have little access to primary healthcare services due to stigma, illiteracy, and poverty. To increase this access and provide essential services at their doorstep, medical camps and Mobile Medical Units are arranged. This is a Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model where medicines and manpower are provided by the State Government whereas NLR provides logistical support. Laboratory services like blood sugar testing are provided. Persons with visible disabilities are referred to Reconstructive Surgery Centre for correction of their disability. NLR provides protective/assistive devices like crutches, wheelchairs, artificial limbs to PALs to combat activity limitation.
  • Community Based Rehabilitation: NLR provides training in livelihood to persons affected by leprosy and their dependents. It works to develop new skills in handicraft, dress designing, tailoring etc. among PALs and gives them access to relevant vocational training and connects them with employers/markets