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Intl Homeopathy expert Rachel​ Roberts calls on Shripad Naik

Panaji, Jan 21 (UNI) ​​Ms Rachel Roberts, international expert of Homeopathy from Homeopathy Research Institute and Faculty of Homeopathy, UK, called on Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for AYUSH Shripad Naik at his office in the city here on Sunday.
According to a statement here, in the meeting, Ms Roberts told the Minister that the international homeopathic community looked up to India for the integrated healthcare model being adopted by India.
She said every person should have the freedom of choosing the treatment method for their health, and that India was a fine example of how it could be made possible.
Ms Roberts aimed to interact with the Homeopathic community during her visit and learn more about the Homeopathy sector in India, particularly the institutionalization of Homeopathy in public health.
The Minister welcomed her to India and assured her of full support of the Ministry in helping her meet the purpose of her visit.
In this regard, Ministry of AYUSH has approved of six meetings being held by Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH), an autonomous body of Ministry of AYUSH that undertakes scientific research in Homoeopathy, in Delhi, on January 25 and 27, in Kolkata on January 29 and in Kottayam (Kerala) on January 31 and February 1.
These meetings would provide an opportunity for exchange of homoeopathy knowledge and expertise between India and UK as well as for professional collaborations which could be used to secure the future of Homoeopathy worldwide.
The aim of these meetings was to project the accurate image of Homoeopathy by showcasing the advantages of using Homoeopathy in public health delivery model, the statement said, adding the deliberations would also address the challenges in Homoeopathy being faced in the international arena.
CCRH will also be running exclusive screenings of a one-hour film titled ‘Just One drop’ on Homoeopathy during the meetings, the statement added.
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