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Co-​operation & partners

We cannot achieve the goals of our work on leprosy and disability prevention on our own. That is why we greatly value the partnerships that we have at different levels.

At the country level NLR works with various partners, of which the Ministries of Health in each country are very important. NLR also collaborates with universities and NGOs that are involved in developing and testing improved approaches. Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs) are crucial partners in many or our projects, the cooperation with locally rooted DPOs is established in most of the countries supported by NLR.

NLR cooperates with other organizations that work in the same line of work. This is important for sharing knowledge and learning from each other’s experiences. Together with others, NLR implements programs that allow us to have a wider reach or to test new approaches. Together with others we can combine lobby and advocacy work and join forces to achieve better results. NLR has partnerships with the following organizations:

Working together with colleague organizations/​membership organizations

Generating and sharing knowledge and experiences:

InfolepInfoLep: the one-​stop-​shop for information services on leprosy and related subjects, both on demand and pro-​actively through a monthly information digest. Infolep is a service offered by NLR and other Leprosy organizations. Visit Infolep for more information

InfoNTD logoInfoNTD: the key information platform on cross-​cutting issues in neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), a group of infectious diseases that includes leprosy. InfoNTD is a service offered by NLR and other members of the NTD NGDO Network (NNN). The cross-​cutting issues include prevention and management of disabilities, mapping and indicators, WASH, etc. Visit InfoNTD for more information

LRI logothe Leprosy Research Initiative (LRI) is a foundation supported by NLR and its partners ALM, GLRA, effect:hope, TLM International, ALRA and TLM Ireland encouraging and supporting scientific research in the field of leprosy. The LRI provides a structural way of collaboration in the funding of research that was unknown in the field of leprosy before its launch in 2013. Visit LRI for more information

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