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Abha Light Foundation has trained Kenyans and helped to establish their independent clinics around Kenya. These affilitated clinics serve the communities through affordable, accessible and natural medicine.
We also network with other NGOs, CBOs and clinics with patient referrals to provide cheap or free health care services using alternative and traditional medicine.
Abha Light is focused on improving and maintaining the health of the people using homeopathy and complementary medicines, alternative medicines and health practices through homeopathic and natural medicine mobile and permanent health clinics, health training programs, schools of homeopathy and complementary medicines and natural therapies.
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Abha Light Foundation has been promoting Natural Medicine and Homeopathy in Kenya since 1998. We have taught over 75 promising youth in Homeopathy, Reflexology, Massage, Nutrition and Naturopathy in 2½ year courses. The big advantages to these therapies is that they are effective, affordable and can be established with little infrastructure in places where conventional medicine not readily available.
We have two large clinics affiliated with us. For the Kambimawe clinic, established in 2004, we built the 8-room clinic with ecological, economical pressed-soil bricks.
Daniel Mulama and his brother Moses Kitui graduated from the Abha Light College in 2010 and have been steadily improving their livelihoods as homeopathic and natural medicine practitioners.
They have acquired a land and donated it to Abha Light for the clinic. The need for health care services in this low-income community is great. An Abha Light clinic can significantly contribute towards the betterment of this community.
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Read Tara Blasco's letter, the director of Global Resource Alliance as she writes about Abha Light's Neem Drops in Tanzania.
From: Tara Blasco
Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2006
I am very pleased to send you the neem article we published at www.hpathy.com/ezine/2006Nov.htm
I also want to express again my appreciation for facilitating the neem drops information. We are making a lot of progress in Tanzania. There are several thousands of people using them. ... A doctor is doing a very interesting study on the use of the drops and is now in collaboration with the government, since they have expressed an interest in these drops.
The truth is that the feedback we are getting from the users and the doctor doing research is really good. Basically people are saying that they have been malaria- free, or very low impact of malaria since they started using the drops. Very promising! I wanted to update you on the good news, and also to let you know what you have facilitated in Tanzania by your help. We are really grateful!
Best regards, Tara Blasco