The Zero Leprosy Toolkit is a set of field-tested best practices designed to support countries in their work towards ending leprosy and its associated disabilities and stigma.
Some tools are scientific evidence-based, while others are practice-based because of their valuable contribution they’ve made to programmes. The tools were collected and reviewed under leadership of the national leprosy programme managers and partners for their relevance for the larger leprosy community. This toolkit is part of the Zero Leprosy Country Model.
Interested to learn more or start using a best practice? You can browse for a best practice by theme, such as early detection or preventing disability. The tools are also organized by relevance to audience, formats and language. Search by all options here.