Visiting the Ghana Homeopathy Project

ghanaJaqueline Smith recently spent time at the Ghana Homeopathy Project as a volunteer homeopath. She tells of one Ghanaian’s perspective on homeopathy:

“A truly committed and experienced convert to homeopathy, what Emperor is inspired by is the Homeopathy Project’s ability to help poor and vulnerable people in society, Since the early days of homeopathy’s inclusion at the clinic, he has seen many villagers being treated and cured of chronic illnesses and looks forward to expansion: ‘Yes, homeopathy will surely grow and continue to grow because we started small and now it is all over Ghana.’”

Read more of what she saw and did during her time in Ghana.

More Information: Visiting the Ghana Homeopathy Project May 29th – June 11th 2014






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