Glenis Paulette [singlepic id=119 w=320 h=240 float=left]Fortunately I had already had a chance to acclimatise to African weather as I had joined my husband in Cote D’Ivoire 2 weeks before travelling to Ghana. He is working in Abidjan as a Football Manager and I had taken the plunge to rent out our home and come […]
From: Richard Pitt Date: 19 June 2010 Subject: student feedback Hi All, here are some comments, and photo of the students. Emmanuel G Arthur My experience in the class has really given great relief and a light thrown on all I am practicing as an apprentice homeopath.
The Ghana Homeopathy project runs a 2 year Certificate Course in Accra. At present we are training 16 students, who will attend 300 hours of lectures and workshops as well as sitting in on clinics and an additional module in anatomy, physiology and pathology. The course was initiated by volunteer Richard Pitt, former Director of […]
In February 2008, DR Kalyan Bhattacharyea, of Kolkata India, kindly offered a bursary for Ghanaian Homeopath, Mr Julius Berdie to attend his International Study Course in Classical Homeopathy. Dr Bhattacharyea is one of India’s great homeopaths and teachers. Each year about 15 homeopaths gather in Kolkata to study with him. The few homeopaths working in […]
In 2009, Alternative Training, School of Homeopathy UK granted the Ghana Homeopathy Project 2 bursaries for Ghanaian students, Now Howa and Eben in Accra are studying homeopathy. They attend our clinics as part of their clinical training and help us with translating.
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.