Each day was a new and varied experience. The main clinic is based in Maun and some days we would practise there but on many other days we travelled to different villages to provide outreach clinics for these isolated communities. Sometimes we would practise outside under a tree, other days we would fly up to one of the safari camps to treat the staff. The work was fascinating and satisfying. The patients we saw responded really well and I got to see homoeopathy making a real difference to peoples’ health and lives.
The work can be challenging as there are lots of new things to get used such as taking cases through a translator and driving on roads littered with cows, donkeys and goats. However I felt well supported on the Project – by Hilary (the Project Director) from England and by weekly personal supervision which is part of the support package. In Maun there are ‘friends of the Project’ who looked out for me and the 3 local trainee homoeopath/office staff were very supportive too. The accommodation I stayed in was simple but comfortable and pretty.
If you feel your work is stuck in a familiar comfortable rut and you would like to experience feeling really alive every day, and you want to make a difference, then I highly recommend this experience. It could change your life!
Susan Marmot, Registered Homeopath
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