In April 2017 a primary health care centre, known as Khula Natural Health Centre, was founded in Khula Village, a rural area of Kwazulu-Natal (KZN), South Africa. It is a charitable, non-profit, community upliftment project in close collaboration with the community and the Induna (Zulu chief) of Khula Village, the government clinic, the University of Johannesburg and a local NGO, African Impact, which provides home-based care in the area.
We provide excellent primary health care services to the community of Khula and surrounding areas, focussing mainly on children and women’s health. We provide effective, safe and affordable treatment using homoeopathic remedies which the patients use complementary to allopathic medicine. Patients respond very well to the treatment. Within the first five weeks more than 1’000 patients were successfully treated at KNHC. The patient numbers are continuously increasing.
We are an official accredited training and internship site and provide much needed and valuable training facilities to Homoeopathy students and interns. We have a close collaboration with the Department of Homoeopathy of the University of Johannesburg which send their students and a supervising clinician on a regular basis to KNHC. KNHC provides excellent training facilities to these students in a challenging rural setting.
We are a registered non-profit organisation in South Africa and we depend exclusively on donations to fund the operational costs of KNHC. We are proud to have BEE level 1 status.