Can You Help? We urgently need more funding to support our rapidly expanding work. A standing order of just £5 a month can provide ongoing homeopathic treatment for a family of five. This in turn can mean lives saved, children thriving and people back to work. Contact us for standing order and bank details. Download […]
By Sheila Ryan, Seva Coordinator A big thank-you to everyone for your donations to the Ghana Homeopathy Project. In Seva this means we were able to provide a motorbike for the clinic. Emperor and the team can now easily visit the 25 surrounding villages to see patients. Before this, the old truck would break down […]
by Grace DaSilva-Hill, Treasurer (no longer in post -ed) As I write this on a sunny autumn afternoon in south London, listening to the radio at the end of another week of financial doom and gloom, I am reminded of how lucky we are in the west.
We are pleased to inform you that we were entered into the Central Register of Charities on the 22nd of September 2008.
A Worthwhile Experience • Make a real difference by helping people in Ghana with homeopathy • Visit our outreach clinics in Accra and Kumasi, as well as in rural areas of Ghana • Gain hands-on experience in treating both acute and chronic conditions • Meet local people and experience the Ghanaian way of life • […]
Here in Ghana, where the sun is so strong and reliable, we continue to work towards helping people with homeopathy in an environment that is not nearly as reliable as Mother Nature. Everyday provides new challenges in one way or another; some days there is no running water, others there is no electricity for hours […]
Pastor John called me on the phone about a forty year old woman Sabia, who was diagnosed on ultrasound of having fibroids and needed surgery.
During 2007 our project has gone from strength to strength. We now have regular homeopathic clinics in two slum areas of Accra a homeopathic training programme for health care professionals, and two students have bursaries to train as homeopaths.
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.
Education is an important aspect of the Ghana Homeopathy Project. We now work together with Ghanaian homeopath Julius Berdie, who several years ago was trained by the group Homeopaths Without Borders, and was delighted that homeopaths were again visiting Ghana.