Creating Waves of Awareness
Where is the homeopathic work force that is going to Africa to fight the Ebola epidemic. I have heard of no one who is going although some write that within the books there are remedies that can be used. I am appalled that the community is letting this opportunity to put Homeopathy into the news is being foregone and that sufferers in an epidemic not being served. No one has stepped up to the plate.
Apalling in deed.
This is where homeopathy is weak and for reasons not understood. But one thing that may be the cause is financial implications. Only few have dared. Jeremy is one working on AIDS. We need more the likes of Jeremy.
Three people are critical but none have volunteered to go themselves...
UPDATE NOVEMBER 30, 2014
RICHARD HILTNER SENDS MESSAGE ABOUT TRIP TO LIBERIA
Well, it’s been three weeks since I arrived back from Liberia. Things are going well here. All of my team colleagues are also doing very well. I feel fine and trying to catch up on my work. I wish also to thank very much Karl Robinson for his volunteering to go to Liberia in the next team.
I wish to especially thank my dear friends and colleagues of the Ebola project team: Ortrud Lindemann (Barcelona, Spain), Medha Durge (India) and Ed Broussalian (Switzerland). I learned a great deal from them and saw how deeply their warm hearts wish to ease the pain of people not only with the Ebola virus but also the patients in the Ganta hospital.
Much thanks to Renzo Galassi, president of the LMHI
(LIGA) (International Homeopathic Medical League), whose enthusiasm and warm heart and organizational skill has greatly brought this about.
I also wish to thank especially Altunay (treasurer for the LMH I and project coordinator) for all the tremendous work she did to help us on this journey.
Ortrud gave in her excellent final report a much more detail summary of the main people that were so helpful to our team; to name just a few: Curt Kösters, Cornelia Bajic, Andre Saine, all of the Executive Committee, the pharmacies donation of medicines, Karen Allen and many others.
She also listed the various members of the Ganta hospital, such as Victor, Dr Willicore, Head Nurse Nora and so many others for their compassion, advice and cooperation.
The people in Liberia were very friendly and caring and there was much beauty in its green rolling hills.
I’m very happy that I participated in this project. Even though we did not obtain all that we wished due to bureaucracy in treating Ebola patients, the Ganta hospital was able to see the value of homeopathy. My Colleagues and I treated approximately 30 patients, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, inpatients and outpatients with generally good results. Hopefully, with the follow-up of other teams, Liberia will be able to help much of its illnesses with homeopathy.
Leaving you on a happy note, Ortrud and Medha took a picture of the rear of a large truck on a bumpy road with a sign saying: WHY WORRY
Onwards and upwards.