A very excited group of MICH graduates is getting ready to depart for the Honduran clinic in Valle de Angeles. I will be leading the MICH Team, and will be accompanied by experienced MICH homeopaths returning to Honduras for the second or third time, such as co-leader Lise Raymond, communication and cultural resource, Norbita Medina, nurse and translator, Claudia Burke, and organizer Connie Tyrrell. They will also be supported by Andy Kuriya, MICH graduate and intern, and by Annie Durand, TSF project manager. Although she will not be present in Honduras, Martine Jourde, thanks to technology, can advise the team from a distance as needed.
Updates on how the mission is unfolding, with the stories and pictures of the clients benefitting from the team’s efforts, will be posted on the Mission to Honduras section of our website, as well as through my blog.
In order to meet the objectives of the mission to provide homeopathic health services and training in homeopathic first and second line complexes, MICH and HTSF are looking for support to be able to bring the needed homeopathic remedies and materials to prepare the remedy bottles for the population. Any support you can lend to this important activity is more than welcome. To learn more or to make a donation click here.
Our next missions are planned for:
Mar 18-Apr 2, 2017
For these missions, we’re inviting Ontario and Quebec homeopaths to join us for training that applies to HTSF projects as well as clinical experience. For more information about how to join us on our next mission, contact us for more information.
Carla Marcelis, ND, DHom
Carla brings dedication, passion and expertise as mission leader to the MICH Honduras Clinic and to her role as Director and teacher at the Montreal Institute of Classical Homeopathy. Visit her webpage to learn more about her and to read all of her blog posts.