International Leprosy Association (ILA)
Association internationale contre la lèpre
Asociación Internacional de la Lepra
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1931-01 Manila Philippines
Jan 1931, Manila (Philippines), including 3 congresses in 1897, 1909, 1923, organized by International Committee of Leprologists. Constitution and Bye-Laws revised: 1932; 1935; 1948; 1953; 1963; 1978; 1988; 2002.
Encourage collaboration between persons of all nationalities concerned in leprosy work; facilitate dissemination of knowledge of leprosy and its control; help in any other practicable manner the anti-leprosy campaign throughout the world; cooperate with any other institution or organization concerned with leprosy.
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Officers: President; Immediate Past President; Secretary; Treasurer; Vice-Presidents (4), one each from Africa, Americas, Asia and Europe; Editor of the Journal. Council, consisting of Officers and 15 elected Members selected on the basis of geographic representation. Officers and Council members elected for 5 years.
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