Girls and women affected by leprosy
Gender-sensitive interventions are critical for the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases of poverty, since health outcomes can differ among women and men.
Girls and women affected by leprosy are triply discriminated against because of their gender, the disabilities that can result from the disease and the stigma associated with it. 

This dossier offers an overview of recent (scientific) publications on girls and women with leprosy.

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