Homeopathy Treatment in Africa

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In 2009 Sara went to Ghana, West Africa armed with a substantial amount of donations from family and friends. She joined the Ghana Homeopathic Project that had been set up some years previously who’s main aim is disease prevention, health education and local community development and vocational training.  After a month of travelling to various areas the project had successfully established themselves she went to the second city of Kumasi. 


Homeopathy Treatment in Africa continued

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In Kumasi with the help of a local homeopath, Sara spent 4 months setting up a central clinic and treating many patients from the city and more rural areas. The money raised not only went to securing the property for 2 years, but allowed hundreds of patients to benefit from the low cost clinic as well as employment and education for a number of Ghanaian’s who wanted to understand homeopathy on a deeper level.

Many of the patients presented with severe aches and pains brought on by very physical manual labour as well as traditional ways of carrying supplies – on the head.  Some trays would be 10kg+, over time the damage done to the women’s neck and backs was crippling. Homeopathy played a small part in pain relief for some of them.

The project has achieved many objectives and still has many more in the pipeline. For more information about this charity www.ghanahomeopathy.org.