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The Homeopathy for Health (HHA) Internship is a two-week learning opportunity that also gives an authentic African experience you would never get on a holiday, or in a clinic at home.
Our interns visit villages, meet people and patients, become part of our team and really enjoy the flavour of Africa right here at a grassroots level.
HHA internships are a unique, two-week learning opportunity for homœopathy students and experienced practitioners who wish to visit our project, attend clinics, and learn from our experience.
Our interns contribute to the health and wellbeing of some of the most vulnerable people in the world. This is an experience that will stay with you for a lifetime!
January 22nd to February 2nd, 2024
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, taking cases. Full case analysis and discussions is part of every clinic.
The clinics are held in a variety of settings, from hospitals near Moshi to rural villages. If weather permits we include a 2-day trip to the Maasai tribal land for clinics. This involves staying overnight near the Maasai area.
Internship groups are a maximum of 4 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 clinics
- day lunches
Please note the internships does not include
- Airport transportation
- Visa fees
- Internet services
This is what Sonia has to say about her internship March 2023
The HHA internship was an eye opening experience. I undertook real work in an intense environment, working with patients with cases unique to any of my previous homeopathic experience.
Jeremy and Camilla are great mentors, they were open to all questions, and provided helpful explanations and suggestions. My learning added years of knowledge in a relatively short time.
There were patients of all ages with various problems. Some had severe issues such as HIV, TB, genetic disorders, post-meningitis complications, diabetes, cardiologic and endocrinologic problems. We were able to see first hand how homeopathy is used as a practical, simple and effective form of medicine, across a huge range of cases. The internship allowed us to see different places in Moshi, and travel to rural areas for clinics and home visits. It was a fast paced environment that I found I adjusted to quite quickly providing a unique way of learning. Its like being an apprentice.
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Bring a group and book early as each group consists of only 4 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.