In 2014, under the banner of our Movement of Life campaign, the Dr. Rath Health Foundation launched a project to bring the message of natural health to some of the people who are in the greatest need of it: school children in poor areas of Uganda in Africa. Led by Gyavira Mwesige, our Movement of Life national coordinator in Uganda, our goal was to teach children about the health-promoting properties of the fruits and vegetables they could grow in their own gardens, both at school and at home.
The Movement of Life (MoL), launched and coordinated by the non-proﬁt Dr. Rath Health Foundation, is a global initiative launched to promote the realisation of a world based on the guiding principles of health, peace, and social justice for everyone. The formation of the movement took place in Poland, November 13, 2007. On this day[…]
Mike had been feeling unwell and extremely tired for a long time before he desperately decided to go and see a doctor for a diagnosis. After undergoing the usual medical examinations he was diagnosed with Hepatitis B. The only comment made by the specialist at the Academical Hospital who examined him was that it is not possible to cure this chronic disease. […]
Nigeria is the most populous nation in Africa and half of the population live in the urban areas. The country is provided with a wide range of agricultural food products, such as cocoa, various grains, nuts and seeds, tubers, cattle and ﬁsh. Yet, millions of Nigerians face hunger and malnutrition while living in […]
In March 2015, the Movement of Life Uganda team launched a school gardening project at the St. Agnes Centre for Education in Mbarara town, located in the Western Region of Uganda. Led by Gyavira Mwesige, the project involves growing fruit trees, vegetables, and medicinal plants. Enthusiastically supported by […]
Wednesday 15 July 2015 saw the official launch of the international ‘End Heart Disease: Plant a Fruit Tree’ campaign. A Movement of Life project coordinated by the Dr. Rath Health Foundation, its aim is to educate people how heart disease is caused by a long term lack of vitamin C. The inspiration for the campaign is […]