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Ryder-Cheshire Foundation – New Zealand

Distributing information on tuberculosis to Atauro Island residents – Timor-Leste

In 1958 Sue Ryder and Leonard Cheshire established a centre in India called Raphael, near Dehra Dun. The centre included homes for those with leprosy, people with learning disabilities, and orphaned and destitute children. The complex included a school and a hospital with a tuberculosis wing. Fundraising for this project started in Australia and New Zealand, and the projects are still operational today. Leonard and Sue had their own charitable foundations separately, but for the Raphael project they set up the Ryder-Cheshire charity for this and any other projects they established jointly.

The Ryder-Cheshire Foundation in New Zealand raises funds and sends volunteers to Raphael in Northern India, and Klibur Domin in Timor-Leste.

Click here to find out more about the work of Ryder-Cheshire NZ

Click here to read the NWM article – Making a Difference – Leonard Cheshire and Sue Ryder