HHA internships are a unique, two-week learning opportunity for homoeopathy students and practitioners who wish to visit our project, attend clinics, and learn from our experience. 

Clinic Visits

During an internship you’ll have the opportunity to visit many HHA clinics, including “outreach” and home visits. These sessions, will allow you to observe Jeremy Sherr, Camilla Sherr, or other HHA experienced staff, case taking. 

The clinics are held in a variety of settings, from hospitals near Moshi to rural villages. If weather permits you may do a 2-day Maasai clinic. This involves staying overnight near the Maasai area, and for this we ask for the participants to pay their accommodation and food (usually no more than 30$).

Small Groups

Internship groups are a maximum of 5 students only. By keeping the group small it allows us to focus on the needs and level of each student, providing up to 70 hours of clinical experience.

HHA Internships include:

  • teaching at the clinics
  • one day seminar
  • HHA’s volunteer house accommodation
  • cleaning and laundry
  • transport to and from the airport
  • transport to and from clinics 
  • day lunches

Please note the internship price does not include visa fees.

Dates 2023

  1. March 06-16th, 2023. This internship program includes a yoga weekend at The Original Maasai Lodge.  
The mirror room where the yoga retreat will be held
  • August 14-25th, 2023. This internship program has a free weekend in which you can explore Moshi or book a safari. 

For more information on dates and prices please email us

Bring a group and book early as each group consists of only 5 people. 


Internships are facilitated by Jeremy and or Camilla Sherr and/or  our resident long-term volunteers or team members.

Our internship fees play a key role in sustaining the work of the project on the ground – running of 19 Outreach Clinics, two hospitals, our permanent Centre, employment of our Tanzanian Homoeopaths / Translators and the Teaching Programs in Tanzania & Malawi. 

HHA treats over 12 000 people in the Kilimanjaro area on a regular basis.

Photo of the 2022 Internship Group