TLMN is one of the largest NGOs in the country working in the field of leprosy.
Our work is broad and far-reaching with interventions also focusing in the areas of health and capacity building, education, disability inclusive sustainable community development, advocacy and research working towards equity and inclusion of people affected by leprosy and disability in the development process.
TLMN’s work in Nepal
Our work covers a wide range of locations in Nepal, in the map below we provide details about our project.
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TLMN Country Office
Lele Relief Project
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Central leprosy referral hospital providing treatment, rehabilitation and reconstructive surgery. Also includes general services provision at Hospital and clinic and leprosy prevention through satellite clinics.
Leprosy is curable
Anandaban Hospital , a center of excellence for leprosy referral hospital in Nepal. Our work is broad and far-reaching with interventions also focusing in the areas of health and capacity building, education, disability inclusive sustainable community development, advocacy and research working towards equity and inclusion of people affected by leprosy and disability in the development process.
All Research Projects
Work WITH US
TLMN community projects work mainly on a self-help group model, where people affected by leprosy, other disabilities and from other marginalized groups are encouraged to meet together on a regular basis, discuss their issues and support each other. These groups are provided with training on group management, income generation, leadership, rights and more. As well as starting micro-enterprises groups are also encouraged to undertake small projects with local communities, seeking to change attitudes and develop a normal level of participation in society.
News & Announcements
Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR)After the earthquake in 2015, TLMN acknowledged the importance of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) plans and policies and the need for building individual and institutional capacity. We developed a Hospital Disaster...
Gender Equality and Social InclusionWe recognize that leprosy affects women, men, girls and boys in different ways. For example women are under diagnosed compared to men. We are committed to investigating, understanding and responding to the gender dynamics and to...