Armauer Hansen Research Institute (AHRI)
AHRI was founded in 1970 through the initiative of the Norwegian and Swedish Save the Children organizations. The Institute got its name from the Norwegian physician, Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen, who first described the leprosy bacillus (Mycobacterium leprae). AHRI’s programs focus on research, knowledge management, and capacity building training. The resources webpage has publications, reports, documents and useful links to research articles.