Mel Dupres, who volunteered at the project in September, had a wonderful experience and has decided to go back for two years in January. This opens up exciting possibilities for developing work in the slum clinics and villages and for education in Accra.
Mel says: “The effort made by the organisers and others involved in the Ghana Homeopathy Project is superb. It is so important for homeopathy to grow and continue to be recognized as a valid form of medicine, and projects such as this help the cause. I feel extremely glad to be a part of this effort, and honoured to be working to help people in Ghana benefit from homeopathy.”