The World Medicine Charitable Trust has run a number of very successful projects across the Middle East and India, as well as here in the UK and continues its mission to do so. Our emphasis is on sustainability, strong partnership working and research to inform decision making.

Currently we have our on-going programme in Gujarat, India working with our host organisation Health Aid Trust.

We are continuing our fundraising efforts and looking for new ways to develop our work. We are currently looking at the possibility of supporting new projects in Greece ( Syrian refugee camps) and also Nepal.

For four years we worked in partnership with NADA GB in West London for those effected by the Grenfell Tower fire, offering free auricular acupuncture sessions to the community and have recently brought that programme to an end.

We are about to begin our latest UK project, an acupuncture clinic for refugees to be hosted in East London by the Jesuit Refugee Service.

World Medicine has had a presence in several countries, from our very beginnings in Sri Lanka and have had programmes in the West Bank and Gaza (see past projects).

See our current projects here.

See our past projects here.

See some project Case Studies here.