WASH

TLMN seeks to address issues relating to economic and social development, sustainable development, livelihoods and the poor housing, unsafe water and limited access to health and education faced by people affected by leprosy and their immediate communities. Improved water, sanitation and hygiene contribute greatly to better health and development, which are important factors in reducing the incidence of leprosy. There are also obvious immediate benefits of personal hygiene and hygienic environments in reducing infection of wounds and diseases.

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