Hong Kong Medical Mobilization Corporation

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Our Services

Local Service

Conduct medical health talks or physical examinations, in conjunction with Gospel service, co-operating with churches and other organizations.


China Service

China Leprosy Village Service

1. Wound Care

Medical personnel visit various village hamlets at designated times, dressing wounds and providing nursing services for the villagers. Since leprosy recoverers have lost various degrees of sensitivity to pain and touch, they often suffer injuries from bumping and hot objects. There are cuts all over their bodies. Sometimes these cuts are so deep that the bones are visible.

A group of enthusiastic medical personnel take time out of their holiday, to visit these leprosy villages at designated times to help sterilize and cleanse wounds.

2. Sewing Workshop

This workshop serves those who suffer only minor degree of leprosy and can move around.  Most of them are women.  They are taught how to sew.  With this skill, they make ‘patch quilts’, light-weight bags, aprons, cosmetic bags, etc., which are then sold to the general public.  This provides an avenue for the leprosy recoverers to increase their income as well as re-integrating into society and increasing their confidence.  We welcome both visitors and buyers.

3. Site Visits

Rejected and discriminated against by families and society as a whole, leprosy recoverers are often unable to return home to resume a normal life.  As a result, they have to live in leprosy villages for the rest of their lives.  During holidays, volunteers, armed with little presents, visit these villages.  They perform for and play games with the villagers, giving the leprosy recoverers a little solicitude, happiness, encouragement, acceptance and hope.

4. House of Love - ‘Ren Ai Zhi Jia’仁愛之家 in Lianjiang


Lianjiang is situated in the south of Guangdong Province, near Hainan Island, with  a population of approximately 130 people.  Rejected by both family and society, these people live in poverty.  Children of leprosy sufferers are also subject to discrimination, being refused admission to schools.  In 2002, these children finally received permission to attend a local school.  So, we decided to rent a house nearby as a student centre for the children.
This three-storey building, known as House of Love, houses twelve children; a former leprosy sufferer working as a cook; and a female warden who visits from Hong Kong for a week every other week.  These children can finally live in a more suitable environment.  They are well-behaved and filled with hope.  We hope that our little bit of solicitude will help mould them into useful members of society in the future.

Why did we develop the leprosy rehabilitation service?

As a result of the deep-rooted misunderstanding and discrimination, leprosy recoverers usually live in remote areas, ostracized from society.  Due to their old age and disease-related mutilations, they are unable to earn a living, becoming a de facto “needy” group.  They were rejected in the past.  We hope that a little more solicitude and assistance will give them a little bit of dignity and warmth.

What is leprosy?

  • Leprosy is a chronic infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae.  Mycobacterium leprae was discovered by a Norwegian academic, Dr. G.A. Hansen in 1873.  Dr. Hansen’s discovery negated the erroneous belief that leprosy was a hereditary disease, contributing to the giant leap in the treatment of leprosy.  Leprosy is a curable disease.

  • Leprosy mainly affects the skin, the peripheral nerves, mucosa of the upper respiratory tract and the eyes.  Left untreated, leprosy can lead to permanent damage to the nerves, skin, limbs and eyes.
    Is leprosy curable?
  • Leprosy is curable, by using multi-drug therapy (MDT) for a period of 6 to 24 months.
  • Even for those with severe leprosy, using MDT for a few days or a few weeks can eliminate its infectiousness.
  • Early detection and treatment can prevent deformity.  Unfortunately, there remain many people in the world who are afraid of leprosy.  They discriminate against leprosy sufferers, preventing the latter from seeking early treatment or from re-integrating into society.

Southeast Asia Service

  • Provide free medical service for those living in the mountainous regions.
  • Myanmar – working with the Chinese Baptist church in Myanmar.
  • East Kampuchea – working with the Free Methodist Church of Hong Kong.

Caring & Sponsorship

  • Providing tuition and living expenses for missionaries, seminary students and primary and secondary students living in backward countries.
  • Providing support and solicitude for local churches and organizations, such as seminary schools, orphanages, etc.
Local Gospel Service

Since July 1999, we have employed a full-time employee who makes regular home visits, sharing the Gospel. This work will expand with a corresponding increase in the number of such workers.


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