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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 Jun 15
Remember anyone can be affected by Lymphatic Filariasis. It is a preventable disease. Visit the nearest health facility in your location to know more about the disease.
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LEPRA Society Jun 15
Neglected Tropical Diseases including Lymphatic Filariasis (LF) affects more than 1.5 billion people in the most impoverished, marginalized, remote communities. Let’s end the neglect and resolve to eliminate LF.
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GAELF Jun 14
Synergy between leprosy program and LF morbidity management can be potential ways to improve care to those affected. Voices at .
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LEPRA Society Jun 15
Imagine a future free of Lymphatic Filariasis (LF). New and effective diagnostic and treatment have the potential to pave the way for countries to eliminate LF. Know more about these innovations.
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LEPRA Society Jun 15
Imagine a future free of Lymphatic Filariasis (LF). New and effective diagnostic and treatment have the potential to pave the way for countries to eliminate LF. Know more about these innovations.
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LEPRA Society Jun 14
499 million people globally no longer require treatment for Lymphatic Filariasis (LF). Let’s resolve to come together to end LF by 2020. Let’s do our bit to support LF elimination efforts
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LEPRA Society Jun 14
Kudos to 11 countries that have now eliminated Lymphatic Filariasis (LF) as a public health problem. Let’s resolve to join them in this fight against LF. Know more
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LEPRA Society Jun 14
Triple Drug Therapy (IDA) is expected to reduce treatment duration and help countries reach elimination targets faster. will set the stage towards accelerating elimination progress. Learn more about IDA.
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LEPRA Society Jun 13
Humanity must come together to fight . Refer to this link to learn more about how you can contribute in the fight against filariasis.
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LEPRA Society Jun 13
Millions continue to live silently with the burden of LF. Physical disability and related stigmatization pose a real challenge in their daily lives. let’s pledge to end this shame. Know more about home based care
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LEPRA Society Jun 12
The tenth meeting will be held in New Delhi, India from 13-15 June 2018. Nations around the world are progressing towards attaining the global target of elimination by 2020.
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LEPRA Society Jun 12
Lymphatic Filariasis is a preventable disease. Millions are at risk of contracting it, despite 6.7 billion treatments delivered against the disease since 2000. Together we can move towards eliminating filaria
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LEPRA Society Jun 8
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LEPRA Society Apr 7
If diagnosed early, the patient stands a better chance of leading a normal life
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LEPRA Society Apr 5
Sign this petition to help end the stigma of – a curable disease, where up to 4 million people are living with disabilities. This often prevents them from employment and many experience excruciating stigma
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LEPRA Society Apr 5
is curable, yet, globally, up to 4 million people are living with severe disability and acute mental health problems as a consequence of this disease. Many are excluded from the society. Their disabilities often prevent them from employment...
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LEPRA Society Mar 31
Leprosy can be managed, can be cured
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LEPRA Society Mar 30
Leprosy is a widely misunderstood disease but majorly curable, if treated right
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LEPRA Society Mar 21
No one can make a child feel inferior or stop her from succeeding in life and achieving milestones. Not even Leprosy .
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Constitution Club Mar 20
Project 2018 - Partners Review Meeting organised by today attended by eminent dignitaries.
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