Our programmes are more focused towards people affected by leprosy and persons with disabilities.
NLR Country Offices and NLR International Office jointly develop the four key priority programmes (KPPs) to ensure that the programmes are more focused towards people affected by leprosy and persons with disabilities. KPPs have the intention to increase positive outcomes, stimulate cross-country learning, build track records and build specific expertise. Furthermore, KPPs aim to stimulate innovative approaches and the scaling up of successful pilot programmes. NLR Nepal currently works for two KPPs (KPP1 and KPP3), while other two are integrated within these programmes.
KPP1: Stop transmission (promoted through PEP interventions in all the leprosy endemic districts with ownership of GON and partnership with GON & I/NGOs)
KPP2: Integrated Self-help groups (Communities are empowered to be inclusive for persons with leprosy-related and persons with other disabilities)
KPP3: Disability Inclusive Development (DID model work established & updated in different Urban/Rural municipalities)
KPP4: Stigma and discriminations (against leprosy & disabilities reduced)