Nepal Leprosy fellowship

Organization Description: 

The Nepal Leprosy Fellowship (NLF) is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) founded by Ms. Eileen Lodge in 1996 and registered at Nepal Government District Administration Office in Sunsari District, Eastern Region of Nepal. It is affiliated with Nepal

Po Box - 8975
Kathmandu, 44601
Mission Statement: 

NLF is committed to facilitate the people affected and disabled by leprosy in the community to develop their capacity to find out, take and use opportunities to develop themselves physically, socially, mentally, financially, spiritually through awareness raising, educational, skill development and micro-enterprises activities with available local and external human, physical and financial resources in and outside of the community so that the activities of leprosy control for reduction of leprosy burden in community and prevention of disability and rehabilitation will be run by the community hence the problems of leprosy and stigma will be reduced.

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