Food aid for Community Health Workers in Africa - Harry van der Zee


Food aid for Community Health Workers in Africa

Harry van der Zee, MD


This is an exceptional message about an exceptional situation that our African brothers and sisters, people like you and me, are in. Right now, life is difficult for many of us, but it is becoming almost impossible for a group of people close to my heart.

ARHF, the Amma Resonance Healing Foundation that some friends and I have volunteered for during many years, has always worked on the basis that Africans are perfectly capable of taking care of themselves. Based on this principle, a network of hundreds of African volunteers has been built to effectively treat AIDS, prevent malaria or help traumatized people, and that at the incredibly low costs of only 10 cents per individual. ARHF provides training and remedies, the rest they do themselves.

From our own resources we have sometimes helped our friends there, for example to pay for an operation, to help out with school fees, to support an orphanage or to repair a roof. But as a foundation, we have always limited support to the treatment and prevention of diseases. Until today.

Imagine persistent drought resulting in poor crop, then locusts eating even that or massive downpours washing away your entire harvest and dragging your house into a stream of mud. Suppose you survive all that and are again ready to bring some tomatoes to the market, but now there is a lock-down because of covid-19. The market is closed. You cannot sell your tomatoes and therefore have no money to buy beans, corn or rice. These would have been affordable on the market, but are now only available in a shop. Prices have already doubled there, due to scarcity. Next, those living in the big cities try to escape from the pandemic and flee en masse to the countryside, bringing the infection with them and raising the demand for food.

This sequence of events is the reality for many people in Congo, Uganda, Kenya and Malawi, countries where most of our volunteers are active. Despite the limitations due to the lock-down, they still do what they can to help their fellow villagers. But you won't last long on an empty stomach.

What we can do now will be a drop in a bucket. However, if, thanks to our help, a person does not have to eat the sowing seed for the next crop, many people will benefit. If someone can feed their hungry children thanks to your donation, even if only with corn porridge, then your donation not only feeds the stomach but people also feel supported and seen in their difficult situation.

It is an exceptional request in an exceptional situation. Would you like to help us feed our network of volunteers and their families? Because we visit these countries regularly and have trained many volunteers ourselves, we know many of these people personally. We therefore know that every penny given will reach the right people. There are about 600 of them divided over these four countries. Together they provide healthcare to more than 350,000 people a year. Now they and their families need help themselves.

If you like to help, you can donate to the Amma Resonance Healing Foundation by bank (click here for details) or by using PayPal. Please mention "food aid" when making a transfer.

You can also support this initiative by forwarding this message to your own network. Please do and perhaps add a personal message to it.

With kind regards and thank you for your attention

Harry van der Zee, MD




Harry van der Zee is homeopathic physician since 1987, international teacher, editor-in-chief of the international journal Homœopathic Links (1996-2018) and chairperson of the Amma Resonance Healing Foundation (ARHF) which he founded in 2007.
In ‘Miasms in Labour’ (2000) and ‘Homeopathy for Birth Trauma’ (2007) he has explored how miasms (hereditary archetypes) and the infectious diseases underlying them are connected with the process of awakening to our true human potential.
A next step was made when in 2004 he teamed up with Peter Chappell to treat and prevent epidemic diseases like AIDS and malaria in Africa and thus work on a collective level. Together they published ‘Homeopathy for Diseases’, a book on how to treat epidemics, trauma and chronic diseases (2012).




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