Marituba is an example of a victory after the government, NGOs and community to sit down and discuss. It was agreed from the architecture to the quality of care staff. According to this collective complaint, leprosy "is far from done." The latest official figures available, for the year 2008, show that 121 countries have notified the World Health Organization (WHO) estimated 250,000 cases, representing a reduction of 4 percent over the previous year. Of these countries, seventeen continue recording more than 1,000 new cases per year and account for 94 percent of leprosy in the world. India topped the list, Brazil, Nepal, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of Congo and Indonesia. It is estimated that there are more than three million people who have suffered amputations or blindness resulting from this disease.