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Leprosy and Disability Awareness program begins in Kathmandu schools

Leprosy and Disability Awareness program begins in Kathmandu schools.

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Candles made by Leprosy affected people

Different kinds of colorful candles in variety of shapes are available in READ-Nepal made by leprosy affected people. If you want to help or support those affected people you can buy these candles and motivate those people to do more. If  somebody want to buy or order please contact at : 01-4462656/5134067 or 9841496963.    

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Actress Arunima Lamsal support food for patient
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  • December 20, 2013

Nepali actress Arunima Lamsal support READ Nepal by providing foods for patients.

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This Christmas give someone you love a life changing gift.

Give someone you love a life changing gift. This Christmas we are listing some goods that you can gift someone you love that can change their life. The fund raised from this gifts are donated on respective leprosy projects. Here are some list of goods that you can buy and gift someone. To gift this goods please send us a message via contact form with your full name and contact details. Duck- $15                                  

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Contribution of Calvary Chapel South Maui and HAND Nepal

Thank you very much for your great support and distribution of warm winter cloth to the poor and leprosy disabled patient with your own hand in our READ-Nepal center. You know that in Nepal during winter session many poor and bigger leprosy affected patient was die due to very cold and poor nutrition. We thought that what you distribution warm cloth make some better life for them. Calvary Chapel South Maui and HAND Nepal are our very good and close

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READ-Nepal president’s interview in Holland

Outcast becomes example Text: Jeroen Kanis He left his native village as an outcast, but returned years later as a hero. The 36 -year-old Raj Kumar from Nepal now leads a leprosy organization, dedicated to leprosy patients. Sitting in his wheelchair, Raj Kumar - married and father of a daughter (16) and son (13) - radiates a lot of physical and mental strength. This despite his leprosy affected hands, a removed kidney and two amputated legs. One

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Presentation on 18th International Leprosy Congress

Presentation Time: Tuesday 17/09/2013 at 15:30-15:40 Abstract Topic Name: History of Leprosy Presentation Screen Number: 7 Presenter: Raj Kumar Shah Introduction: INFLUENCING FACTORS TO EMERGE MISCONCEPTIONS OF LEPROSY AND CAUSING SOCIO ECONOMIC DETERIORATION IN Methods: Leprosy is a chronic, communicable and oldest disease known to mankind caused by Mycobacterium leprous. This disease is distributed worldwide but endemic in developing countries,

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Annual Review and workshop on Leprosy Program Service of 2069/2070 and planning 25-27 August, 2013

Annual Review and Workshop on Leprosy Program and planning organized by leprosy control division, Teku, Kathmandu, Nepal and opening ceremony program done by honorable minister Health and population ministry, as chief guest health secretary special guest and Director General Dr. Lakhan Lal Sah is chairperson of program. Dr. Lin Aung as guest from W H O and Dr. K.P. Dhakal president of NLN (National Leprosy Network) as guest director Chudamani Bhandari

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Leprosy is a chronic infectious disease cause by mycobacterium leprae. The disease mainly affects the skin, the Peripheral nerves, mucosa of the upper respiratory tract and also the eyes. Due to the permanently damage of the peripheral nerves by the leprosy bacilli, Nerve function in feet , hand,  and eyes are break down so developed loss of sensation in that part . If there is no nerves function, the tissue may be put under stress but no signals

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Mobile street clinic

When READ-Nepal is established in 2005 that time READ-Nepal team starts Mobile Street clinic at Boudha Nath, Ratnapark, New Road market area where the Leprosy affected people were begging on the road. So ulcers are more open and it makes differentiates. So every week on Saturday from 7:00 am to 9:30 am. We clean ulcer and we had done dressing and if they need more special care then we call them to our READ-Nepal center for special treatment.

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