ANTI LEPROSY DAY 2023:- Anti Leprosy Day (Martyrdom Day of Mahatma Gandhi) 2023 will be celebrated all over India on Monday, on the 30th of January.
What is special about Anti-Leprosy Day 2023
It is to pay homage to the Bapu by giving place to leprosy-affected people in family and society. Only timely treatment can prevent disability (caused by leprosy) in leprosy-affected people.
Free-of-cost multidrug therapy is available at all government dispensaries, health centers, and hospitals to provide complete treatment to leprosy-affected people.
- Only timely treatment (caused by leprosy) prevents disability (caused by leprosy) in people suffering from leprosy.
- Some important symptoms of leprosy are light color patches, redness, swelling, and nodule formation over the skin. A person, who notices any of the above symptoms, must contact his/her nearest government dispensaries, health centers, and hospitals in order to get early treatment and remain away from disability.
About Anti Leprosy Day (Martyrdom Day of Mahatma Gandhi)
Anyone can be affected by this affliction, so the day is distinguished to make the aware community of the scientific reasons for leprosy as well as allure medical cures. It is hopefully celebrated n the alike day the 30th of January in the year 2014 so that focuses on the consideration of people and their knowledge about this air–borne disease.
Anti Leprosy Day 2023
The Government of India has made a plan to completely eradicate it from India with the distant goal named Leprosy Elimination Target.
Objectives of Celebrating Anti-Leprosy Day
- To raise leprosy awareness among people.
- To offer help to those affected by the disease through the regular and free-of-cost treatment they need.
- To make the diseased person psychologically strong and help them to cope with physical impairments of skin sores and nerve damage.
- Ensure that all affected persons receive the necessary treatment, rehabilitation, and care.
- To estimate the marked decrease or increase in the rate of spreading disease.
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|National Youth Day||12th January|
|Army Day||15th January|
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|Subhas Chandra Bose Birthday||23rd January|
|National Girl Child Day||24th January|
|Republic Day of India – 26 January||26 January|
|International Customs Day||26th January|
|Anti Leprosy Day||30th January|
|Martyrs Day||30th January|