Homeopathy for Health in Africa

“As word of our results spreads, people are coming from far and wide asking us to open clinics in their villages… To sustain the project and maintain growth we are running a number of education and farm projects. This is challenging work that needs all the support it can get.”

Jeremy Sherr (above)

HAT has continued to support ‘Homeopathy for Health in Africa’ (HHA) – a project set up by Jeremy and Camilla Sherr for patients with AIDS in Africa. Started in Tanzania in 2008, the project has helped over 1500 patients with AIDS, malaria and a range of other diseases using homeopathy to great effect.

The HHA project now includes ten village clinics plus a hospital clinic. Most of the patients are taking conventional medicines including anti-retroviral treatments. Complementary homeopathy and other welfare initiatives are proving highly effective.

With malnutrition as a major issue among patients, several food projects and vegetable gardens have also been initiated with HAT’s support.

Read homeopath Mary Aspinwall’s article in Homeopathy Today Mary Aspinwall Africa Winter 2014 HT

2012 Newsletter here.

HHA July 2010 Newsletter


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