Homeopathic experiences in Ghana – Ingrid Daniels

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THE GHANA HOMEOPATHY PROJECT In September this year (2013) I, together with a group of three other experienced homeopaths and two doctor homeopaths from India went to Mafi Seva’s homeopathic clinic and five other outreach clinics to treat local people with homeopathy. We always have an amazing, stimulating and rewarding experience when in this Lower […]

The Ghana Project, One student’s perspective – by Claire Hewison

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Ever since I qualified, some 12 years ago, I have been promising myself a trip to one of the homeopathy projects. 2013 turned out to be the year, and I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to experience this extraordinary and humbling challenge. There simply isn’t enough space here to give a full and […]

Study trip to Ghana, September 2013: What an inspiring trip it was!

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Never a dull moment! Angelika Metzger The recent study trip organised by GHP team member Angie Metzger was inspiring and enriching for all participants. Our lecturers and clinicians, Drs. Kalyan and Kalisankar Bhattachareya from Kolkata/India, and a small group of UK homoeopaths travelled to Ghana and reached Mafi-Seva, a rural village in the lower Volta […]

Some images of Martin Gbafa in India

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Martin Gbafa, student of Premier International School of Homeopathy and Alternative Medicine (PISHAM), won an award to study homeopathy in India. The award which is offered to PISHAM’s students annually was kindly donated by Belgian homeopath An Debyser. The study took place in Kolkata February 2013 under the auspices of renowned Drs Bhattacharyea, who have […]

Report to Ghana Homeopathy on charity work in Ghana from 10th of July to 24th of July 2012

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by Ralf Jeutter [slideshow id=5]When I went to Ghana for the first time two years ago to be part of the Ghana Homeopathy project, I went purely as a generalist homeopath, treating patients with a wide range of conditions, as are typically seen in countries like Ghana. Equally, the teaching had a general scope, ranging […]

A Juggling Act!

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By Grace Rhoomes. Adjoa (not her real name) a mother of six children under 9yrs, arrives for a consultation with one of our ‘trainee homeopaths’ at PISHAM (Premier International School of Homeopathy and Alternative Medicine) Among other things, I teach case-taking skills at PISHAM, which includes exploring the individual roles of the observer and case-taker […]