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LEPRA Society
LEPRA Society is a leading Indian non-government organisation working in the fields of leprosy, lymphatic filariasis and other neglected diseases
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LEPRA Society Sep 2
Stories of life change...#4
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LEPRA Society Aug 30
Stories of life change...#3
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LEPRA Society Aug 28
A capacity building program organized for ASHAs by LEPRA Society’s Restoring Lives of Forgotten people (RLFP) project at Waris Nagar PHC of Samastipur district, Bihar in the month of August.
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LEPRA Society Aug 28
A capacity building program organized for ASHAs by LEPRA Society’s Restoring Lives of Forgotten people (RLFP) project at Waris Nagar PHC of Samastipur district, Bihar in the month of August. The major...
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LEPRA Society Aug 26
Today was awarded with prestigious Nathan's Learning Forum Leadership Award 2018 for its role in combating leprosy in India. The Chairman Dr V. Rukmini Rao accepted it from Mr Prabhakar MLC at Apollo Hospital. She also visited the information kiosk.
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LEPRA Society Aug 26
Today LEPRA Society was awarded from prestigious Nathan's Learning Forum Leadership Award 2018 for its role in combating leprosy in India. The Chairman Dr V. Rukmini Rao accepted it from Mr Prabhakar MLC at...
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LEPRA Society Aug 26
Today LEPRA Society was awarded from prestigious Nathan's Learning Forum Leadership Award 2018 for its role in combating leprosy in India. The Chairman Dr V. Rukmini Rao accepted it from Mr Prabhakar MLC at...
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LEPRA Society Aug 23
.. .. Stories of life change...#2
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LEPRA Society Aug 21
Stories of life change...#1
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LEPRA Society Aug 20
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LEPRA Society Aug 20
Mosquitoes are one of the deadliest vector in the world that are responsible for millions of deaths globally. Affecting the world's poorest people, diseases caused by mosquitoes are fatal and trap the population...
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LEPRA Society Aug 9
One of the most serious complications of leprosy is the formation of ulcers compounded by a lack of sensation in the feet.
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LEPRA Society Aug 8
During an average lifetime, each person walks about 115,000 miles and three-quarters of people have foot problems at some point.
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LEPRA Society Jul 31
Providing skills, knowledge to practice self-care is crucial for people affected by leprosy.
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LEPRA Society Jul 29
The most common symptom of is a skin patch with little or no sensation.
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