A successful fund raising drive
This fund raising archived below resulted in more than £700 collected and enabled Emperor to attend training in India in Jan/Feb this year.
A great big thank you to all who contributed – We couldn’t do it without you!
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I recently returned from Ghana.
I was much inspired by our trainee homeopath and clinical director of the Mafi-Seva Community Health Centre, Emperor. A small team of homeopaths and 15 of our Ghanaian students joined to offer homeopathic treatment to the rural communities of the lower Volta region. We saw over 400 patients, some with acute presentations and many suffering from chronic complaints. Many good results have been reported and new patients are arriving daily at the Mafi-Seva Community Health Centre.
The Ghana Homeopathy Project would like to support Emperor in his development as a homeopath and we are fundraising for the travel costs to take Emperor to train with some wonderful Indian homeopaths in Kolkata, who have 30 years experience treating patients and conditions similar to those found in Ghana. Emperor is now becoming well known in the area where local people sometimes travel for hours to see him.
We would like to help him gain more experience with long term chronic case management, much needed now. He shares what he has learnt with his 2 trainees and the students at the new school and this way we can spread training and skills in homeopathy in Ghana, sharing our love for homeopathy across continents.
We appreciate your continuing support of our work to educate local people and promote homeopathy in Ghana for the benefit of the local communities.
Ghana Homeopathy Project Co-ordinator