To be effective, ILEP as a Federation of organisations with a common vision of a leprosy-free world requires:
- Effective ways of ensuring collaboration internationally and within countries
- Clear mechanisms to align core activities at country level with global efforts
- Commitment to core indicators that will meaningfully track our progress in this effort.
The ILEP country strategy is a tool to help guide this process. It provides a framework to help identify and develop appropriate, locally agreed plans, which will ensure that we can optimally contribute towards national strategies, and ultimately the ILEP international strategy and the WHO global strategy.
ILEP country strategies are shared with the governments’ National Plans and the ILEP secretariat office. They are designed to be reviewed each year.
Country strategies list
The following countries have ILEP country strategies, or governmental national strategies, that can be accessed below.
Bangladesh – Leprosy Control Strategy 2016-2020
Brazil – ILEP Country Strategy 2016-2018
DR Congo –National leprosy strategy 2018-2020 (draft)
Ethiopia – ILEP country strategy (draft)
Ethiopia – National TB and Leprosy Control Strategy
Myanmar – ILEP country Strategy (draft)
Senegal – National leprosy strategy 2016-2020
Sri Lanka – ILEP country strategy
Uganda – ILEP country strategy (draft)
India – ILEP country strategy 2016-2018
India – ILEP Partnership Agreement
Nigeria – National strategy for leprosy and buruliulcer 2016-2020
Tanzania – Disability and rehabilitation strategy 2017-2020