Partners in Europe
We are very grateful for the cooperation we enjoy with the following organisations. Click on the logo to come to the home Page.
anamed international. Discover is grateful to anamed international and its founder, pharmacist Dr Hans-Martin Hirt, who had the brilliant idea to use his pharmaceutical experience and skills to devise good methods of preparation of herbal medicines, accurate dosages, details of side effects and methods of storage and conservation. Over 30 years this knowledge and these skills have been shared in many tropical countries.
The books in the series “Natural Medicine in the Tropics” published by anamed, to which Keith Lindsey contributed, are still today excellent resource material and highly recommended by Discover. The most comprehensive book is “Natural Medicine in the Tropics I: Foundation Text” by Hirt and M’Pia which describes how to make herbal medicines and soap, describes 15 important plants in detail and a further 60 plants in less detail.
CHIPS, Christian International Peace Service, has for over 50 years been active in areas of conflict and tension. Teams of local people drawn from both sides of the conflict live, work and pray together in a small community in the centre of the troubled area. They run projects which contribute to building trust between the communities. Discover has been privileged to partner with CHIPS in Uganda and Ghana, where the practice of natural healthcare has contributed both to the welfare of and building trust between the communities.
Eine Welt Winnenden und Umgebung e.V. We enjoy a close association with “Eine Welt Winnenden” (One World Winnenden). The group runs a successful fair-trade shop in the town. Here in Winnenden we work together whenever there is the opportunity to cooperate in work concerning development related education.
SALEM is a long-standing broad-based project based in Germany with priorities of peace, tree planting and helping people in need. Their projects in Togo and Uganda have both hosted several training seminars in natural medicine and have incorporated the cultivation and use of medicinal plants into their work.
Hannelore Klabes has a passion for Artemisia annua and has worked tirelessly in Burundi. Many people now plant Artemisia and treat their malaria. Hannelore has described her work in a booklet – in German.
Discover is grateful for the cooperation and support of Afrinspire and the Stewardship Trust in the UK and Stiftung Entwicklung Zusammenarbeit Baden-Württemberg in Germany.