NLEP

AcronymDefinition
NLEPNational Leprosy Eradication Programme (New Delhi, India)
NLEPNational Laboratory for Enteric Pathogens (Canada)
NLEPNambucca Local Environmental Plan (est. 1995; New South Wales, Australia)
NLEPNorthern Lights Energy Program (Michigan Public Service Commission)
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Shafiqul Islam, national programme manager of NLEP, said 3,729 people were affected by leprosy last year.
[8.] NLEP Annual Report 2015-2016, Central Leprosy Division, Directorate General of Health Services.
Training manual for medical officers: NLEP. Chapter 7.
The NLEP that was evaluated in this study was designed and taught by a registered dietitian (RD) and had been in existence for 3 years.
In 1994, DAHW and YELEP worked together and extended the area of work of the NLEP to the rest of the Republic of Yemen.
All specimens were screened for Campylobacter spp., and isolates were forwarded to NLEP for further testing.
Clinical diagnosis and classification was done as recommended by the NLEP, Govt.
The National Leprosy Control Programme was launched in 1954 in India and converted to National Leprosy Elimination Programme (NLEP) in 1983 with the objective to eliminate Leprosy.
Our hospital caters/serves the rural population in Indore district which has 1.12 cases per lakh population and falls in high prevalence zone (>1/1,00,000) as per March 2015 data of NLEP. [1]