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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 Dec 15
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LEPRA Society Dec 12
Lok Sabha Business Advisory Committee( BAC) recommends time to discuss bills.. The Business Advisory Committee has decided that one hour each could be allocated for discussion on bill amendments to protect human...
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LEPRA Society Dec 11
Society, in partnership with aid working with children and school administration for promotion, creating awareness and mitigating myths with creative tools.
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LEPRA Society Dec 10
Media Highlighted the hidden facts about Lymphatic filariasis.
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LEPRA Society Dec 10
Join hands with us and help individuals get the right to access treatments for leprosy and other neglected diseases.
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LEPRA Society Dec 9
In the implementation process, promoting WASH through engaging children in schools is one of the components where children were sensitized on WASH and menstrual hygiene management.
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LEPRA Society Dec 6
activity at Referral Centre Vizianagaram collaboration with The Leprosy Mission Trust India and District Leprosy Department. Chief guest Dr.Ravikumar DLO Vizianagaram.
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LEPRA Society Dec 5
Contributing requires a lot of heart and selflessness. Thank you so much for all your hard work and help. Happy
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LEPRA Society Dec 5
is an Important thing about and abstracting in most of the
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LEPRA Society Nov 14
LEPRA India wishes you all a very Happy Children's Day.
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LEPRA Society Oct 16
Did you know? LEPRA Society's research arm, the Public Health and Research Centre (BPHRC), came into existence when became the lucky recipient of the £2,800,000 proceeds from 's annual 'Bring and Buy Sale' in 1996!
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LEPRA Society Nov 9
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LEPRA Society Oct 22
Eliminating Risk of Through Women-led !
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LEPRA Society Nov 6
LEPRA India wishes you all a very happy and prosperous
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LEPRA Society Oct 29
 team observed that despite being provided  stations and training,  were not practicing the same due to lack of soap.
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LEPRA Society Oct 26
Community Resource Persons (CRPs) are a cadre of 90 trained women from local self-help groups (SHGs) from 128 villages of Pradesh & . Investing in CRPs ensures a capable human resource for and remains in the communities.
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LEPRA Society Oct 31
"Birke emphasises the need for people affected by leprosy to take an active role in liberating themselves from marginalisation". Wellesley Bailey Nigatu Teka
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LEPRA Society Oct 31
"... it has been accepted that in order to end stigma and discrimination against people affected by leprosy, the word leper must no longer be used". Pune hospital admits a family of lepers as number of new cases rises via
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pradeepbagival Oct 31
High time sensitizes its reporters to stop using the term 'lepers' and instead mention 'persons affected by leprosy' so that stigma against persons affected by leprosy is not reinforced.
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Lepra Oct 31
Thank you for becoming our ambassador! Together we can continue to help change the lives of people affected by for the better!
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