Community knowledge, attitude, and perceived stigma of leprosy amongst community members living in Dhanusha and Parsa districts of Southern Central Nepal.
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"If you will counsel properly with love, they will listen": A qualitative analysis of leprosy affected patients' educational needs and caregiver perceptions in Nepal.
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Soil-transmitted helminthiases in Nepal: transmission boundaries and implications for local communities and international travelers.
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SNV Nepal video: WASH for people with disabilities.
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Assessing the feasibility of integration of self-care for filarial lymphoedema into existing community leprosy self-help groups in Nepal.
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Barriers and facilitators of diabetes services in Nepal: a qualitative evaluation.
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Best practices in strengthening health systems for integrated care for people affected by leprosy and LF.
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Inclusion of people with disabilities in Nepal's' agricultural sector
Feasibility of school-based health education intervention to improve the compliance to mass drug administration for lymphatic Filariasis in Lalitpur district, Nepal: A mixed methods among students, teachers and health program manager.
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Cross-Cultural Validation of Two Scales to Assess Mental Health in Leprosy-Affected People in Province 1 and 7, Nepal
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