Nursing Dean of the British Faculty of Homeopathy, Patricia Donnachie, describes her recent visit to Kwale, near Mombasa, where a small but determined group of women are training to become homeopathic nurses.
She describes her experiences living in a 3rd world homeopathic school with very limited access to water and electricity, and also the kinds of challenges homeopathic practitioners face in Kenya. As you will find out, a lot more than homeopathy is going on, with students learning how to ride bicycles, drive cars, and even sew their own graduation clothes!
An in-depth and interesting look at how the practice of homeopathy is growing in the third world.
More Information: Homeopathy and Nursing in Kenya
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