Completed fund raising: Pan Africa Conference

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This fund raising effort, and the conference it supported, was a success. Our heartfelt thanks go out to all who participated and donated generously – The Ghana Homeopathy Project Team   ———————— This below is an archive of an action which is COMPLETED ————————   A unique opportunity has arisen A unique opportunity has arisen […]

Homeopathy Books for Ghana

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This summer (2010) we were able to send over 1,000 homeopathic books to Ghana. Some of these will form the first homeopathic libraries in Ghana The others, especially Repertories and Materia Medicas have been distributed to our Ghanaian students. These books are not available to buy in Ghana so the students are delighted to receive […]

The Value of Your Donations

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10 pounds one month can provide ongoing homeopathic treatment for a family of 5 25 pounds per month can give a students a fully supportive bursary for an accredited 2 year diploma course in Accra to gain a  qualification in homeopathy A 25 pounds donation can pay for a set of essential books for homeopathic […]

Donations

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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 […]

News from Seva

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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 […]